One kid will get the chance to say how one of the most popular pages on the web looks, as Google has launched a competition to design its logo.
Children aged from five to 16 have entered their designs, and the public can now vote for their fave.
The winning design will go up on the Google site for one day, and bag its lucky winner a family holiday to Google headquarters in California in America.
The competition, called Doodle 4 Google has been running since 2006.
This year, 50,000 people entered, and 48 of the best were put online - and up for vote.
Kids were asked to do a drawing on the theme of 'heroes'.
Google reckons about 20 million people will see the winning design when it goes online for a day.