Do you remember when Google was a geeky webpage?
It wasn’t very appealing, and at the time Yahoo and AOL were getting names for themselves. Netscape browser was the hot thing. Email addresses got released through universities in the early 80s and nobody knew what to do with them. Hotmail solved that. Then something happened while everyone wasn’t looking. Even getting kicked out of China didn’t stop Google – Hilary would not let that happen. They’re even back in China working on AI now. Google is everywhere.
My favorite stats to date.
True or not, here are some of my favorite stats from Serpwatch:
- Google has 90.46% of the search engine market share worldwide
- 15% of all searches have never been searched before on Google
- Google receives over 63,000 searches per second on any given day
- Google has a market value of $739 billion
- an average person conducts 3–4 searches every single day
It’s not that hard to believe the stats to be true.
We scanned 21 million usernames and passwords and flagged over 316,000 as unsafe — 1.5 percent of sign-ins scanned by the extension. By alerting users to this breach status, 26 percent of our warnings resulted in users migrating to a new password. Of these new passwords, 94 percent were at least as strong as the original.
I work with Google platforms and tools constantly. It is the only way you can stay on top of the amount of change.
Yes, if you know what you are doing with Google Ads, you can use the system predict with about a 90% accuracy whether you, yes, you, are going to purchase something and then throw that advert up right up on top of Google’s Search results so you do click and buy.
Don’t believe me? You can always message me through the comments below and I will show you.