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Google is an American company that invests in Internet search and advertising. It displays and develops a lot of Internet-based services and products. They yield an income basically from advertising through its AdWords program.


Google was founded by Larry Page and Sergey Brin when they were studying in Stanford University as PhD candidates. It was in September 4, 1998 when Google was first incorporated as a privately owned company. Its first IPO was on August 19, 2004.


The company’s aim was “to organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful”, and their unofficial slogan was “Don’t be evil” which was started by Google engineer Paul Buchheit.


Google operates more than one million servers in data centers around the world. The corporation’s fast development has resulted to an array of products and services. The company provides internet-based software like Gmail, Orkut and, Google Buzz. They also offer other desktop applications like Google Chrome, Picasa and, Google Talk.


Moreover, Google begins the development of the Android mobile operating system. According to Alexa,  Google.com site has the most number of traffic everyday. This holds true with other international Google sites and other Google-owned sites like YouTube, Orkut and Blogger.


Google was established in January 1996 as a research project by Larry Page and Sergey Brin when they were both PhD students at Stanford University in California. The duo started an idea of a technology that reviewed the relationships between websites. They called this technology as PageRank, wherein a website’s importance was determined by the number of relevant pages that linked back to the original site.


Page and Brin formerly named their new search engine “BackRub” since it checked backlinks to examine the relevance and importance of the site. Later, they changed the name to Google, from the word “googol” which means a number one followed by one hundred zeros. The choice of this word represents the mission of the company to give vast quantities of information to people. It was on September 15, 1997, google.cim went live.


The initial funding for Google was a US$100,000 contribution from Andy Bechtolsheim in August 1998, the co-founder of Sun Microsystems. Google’s initial IPO was on August 19, 2004. They offered 19,605,052 shares at $85 per share. The shares were sold in a unique online auction format. The sale of $1.67 billion gave Google a capital of more than $23 billion. Despite that, most of the 271 million shares remained under the control of Google and most of its workers.

Becoming a Google Fan

I remember when I was just a newbie, the very first browser I’ve tried using was Internet Explorer. In fact, it was the sole browser that I’m aware of back then. I’m only know the basics like researching online, chatting on YM and sending emails.

Before graduating from my grade school, the last task that my tutor gave to our class was to create a research on the various foreign scientists and their works. We were tasked to put them in a portfolio. Since I found it burdensome looking them all up in our school library, I remembered to research it on the internet.

I’ve visited google.com and started conducting my study. Thankfully, Google displayed to me plenty of foreign inventors to choose from. Luckily, I was able to finish it completely in only one day. Thanks to Google for their valid and reliable search results. Since that day I became a Google fan and it never occurred on me to try out any other search engines again.

It's Official! I'm a Google Fan

The first time I’ve began using the Internet, the only browser I’ve known was Internet Explorer. Back then I was such a newbie on how internet works. The only things I do when I go online were online research, surf websites and chat on Yahoo Messenger.

However, before graduating from elementary, one of our teachers assigned to our class an assignment about different foreign inventors and their works. We were assigned to compile them through a portfolio. But since I found it hard to look them all in our school library, I decided to research them online.

I visited google.com and started conducting my research. I was impressed that Google provided me a lot of foreign inventors to choose from. I kept on searching on Google until I’ve finished working on my research. Amazingly, I was able to finish it within one day. I really admired Google for their reliable search results. From then on, I became a Google fan and it never occurred on me to try out other search engines again.

The Day I Became a Google Fanatic

When I started using the Internet, the first browser I’ve used was Internet Explorer, and it was the sole browser that I’m familiar with those days. I’m absolutely aware of the general things on making a research and checking websites back then. I recalled creating my own email add and going online with my Yahoo Messenger account, long before social media websites start to exist.

Before finishing my grade school, the last assignment that my tutor assigned to our whole class was to conduct a research on the various foreign scientists and their inventions. We were asked to put them through a record, but since I found it burdensome searching for them all in our local library, I came up with an idea to research it on the Internet.

I opened google.xom and started doing my search. Amazingly, Google displayed to me plenty of foreign inventors to choose from, and from there, I depended on Google, a search engine, until I’m done with my research. Surprisingly, I was able to finish it with in a day. I was impressed with Google for credible search results. After that, I became a Google fanatic and it never occurred on me to try out any other search engine.

Becoming a Google Fanatic

When I started working the Internet, I got informed to using a browser (of course!). The browser I’ve first started using was Internet Explorer, and it was the sole browser that I knew that time. I’m solely know the simple things on doing research and browsing websites back then. I remembered signing up for my personal email add and using my YM account, even before social networking sites start to exist.

Before I finish my elementary, the last project that my tutor assigned to the class was to conduct a research on the various foreign inventors and their inventions. We were tasked to compile them through a portfolio, but since I found it not easy looking them all in our school library, I agreed to research it on the net.

I opened google fan and started doing my search. Good thing google gave me different foreign inventors to choose from, from that on, I relied to Google, a search engine, until my project was over. Luckily, I was able to finish it with in one day. I admired Google for credible search results. From then on, I became a google fan and never tempted to try using any other search engine.

Becoming a Google Fan

I remember, when I first started using the internet the very first browser I’ve tried using was Internet Explorer. In fact it was the only browser that I’m aware of  during those days. I only know the basic things like doing research, checking websites and sending emails.

Before graduating from grade school, the last task that our teacher gave to our class was to conduct a research on the different foreign scientists and their works. We were asked to put them in a portfolio. However, I’ve found the task arduous if I’ll go to our school library to research each one of them. So what I did was I went online to conduct my research.

I’ve visited ww.google and started doing my study. Amazingly, Google showed me a lot of foreign inventors to choose from. I was so happy because I was able to finish my assigned task in less than one day. I was so impressed with Google. Since then, I became a Google fan and never tempted to try using any other search engines ever again.