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Google Case Study

Google was founded in 1999 and has been around in your everyday life ever since. Ranging from search engines to books to email, Google is somehow incorporated in your lives everyday. Originally beginning with their focus on search engines and algorithms, Google has since widened their availability of products.

In 1999, when Google first came about, the company’s mission was: Google’s mission is to organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful. 15 years later, this is still the mission of the company. According to the article, it will take upwards of 300 years to obtain and organize all of the world’s information. That being said, it is safe to say Google has a long way to go but are they headed in the right direction?

Google, just like any other company has goals and objectives. Some of their goals include: Growth
Develop and maintain the “perfect” search engine
Provide innovative products early and often
To organize information and make the web faster and better for everyone

(These will be discussed in strategies and throughout the case analysis)

Strategies

Google is no different from Burger King or from LA Fitness. All companies share a same goal, regardless of the industry they are in: market share and growth. Google’s main goal is to continuously grow and dominate the market/industry and be a leader for years to come. Upon entering the market in 1999, Yahoo and AOL were some of leaders in the industry. Google immediately changed that by becoming working at becoming a player in the industry. As of 2009, Google had 65.6% share of all US searches and 90% of all international searches. Meanwhile, the closest rival (yahoo) had only 17.5%. Since the very beginning, Google came about to change search engines everywhere. They wanted to offer a faster search engine that provided more relevant results, incorporating history of search, keyword frequency, and important pages....
Google Case Study
Google was founded in 1999 and has been around in your everyday life
ever since. Ranging from search engines to books to email, Google is
somehow incorporated in your lives everyday. Originally beginning
with their focus on search engines and algorithms, Google has since
widened their availability of products.
In 1999, when Google first came about, the company’s mission
was:
Google’s mission is to organize the world’s information and make it
universally accessible and useful.
15 years later, this is still the mission of the company. According to the
article, it will take upwards of 300 years to obtain and organize all of
the world’s information. That being said, it is safe to say Google has a
long way to go but are they headed in the right direction?
Google, just like any other company has goals and objectives. Some of
their goals include:
Growth
Develop and maintain the “perfect” search engine
Provide innovative products early and often
To organize information and make the web faster and better for
everyone
(These will be discussed in strategies and throughout the case
analysis)
Strategies
Google is no different from Burger King or from LA Fitness. All
companies share a same goal, regardless of the industry they are in:
market share and growth. Google’s main goal is to continuously grow
and dominate the market/industry and be a leader for years to come.
Upon entering the market in 1999, Yahoo and AOL were some of
leaders in the industry. Google immediately changed that by becoming
working at becoming a player in the industry. As of 2009, Google had
65.6% share of all US searches and 90% of all international searches.
Meanwhile, the closest rival (yahoo) had only 17.5%.
Since the very beginning, Google came about to change search
engines everywhere. They wanted to offer a faster search engine that
provided more relevant results, incorporating history of search,
keyword frequency, and important pages. Thus began the creation of
paid listings. At the very beginning, paid listings were advertisements
all around the page: top, bottom and in the margins. Additionally, cost