Wednesday July 23, 2014

Planet Google: From Philosophies to Market Shares

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Google’s mission is to organize the world’s information and to make it universally accessible and useful. The company was founded in 1998 by Larry Page and Sergey Brin. It was incorporated September 4, 1998. Initial public offering, August 19, 2004.

Philosophy

Google has a 10-point philosophy for keeping its company new, innovative and responsive to the market:

  1. Focus on the user and all else will follow.
  2. It’s best to do one thing really, really well
  3. Fast is better than slow.
  4. Democracy on the Web works
  5. You don’t need to be at your desk to need an answer.
  6. You can make money without doing evil
  7. There’s always more information out there.
  8. The need for information crosses all borders.
  9. You can be serious without a suit.
  10. Great just isn’t good enough.

Google’s Market Share by Country

Every country that accesses Google is seeing the company achieve a noticeable market share among the search engines that are available.

In Iceland, Google’s market share is 51 percent. In Canada, Google has 78 percent of the market. In the U.S., Google has 72 percent of the market. In Puerto Rico, Google has 57 percent. In Mexico, Google has 88 percent of the market. In Venezuela, the market share of Google is 93 percent. In Colombia, Google has a market share of 91 percent. The Brazil market is 89 percent controlled by Google. Chile has a 93 percent market share controlled by Google. In Argentina, Google has a market share of 89 percent.

In Finland, Google has 92 percent of the market share. In Sweden, 80 percent of the market is controlled by Google. Google’s market share is 81 percent in Norway. In Denmark, a full 92 percent of the market belongs to Google. In the U.K., 90 percent of the market is run by Google. In Ireland, 76 percent of the market is under Google control. In the Netherlands, Google has 95 percent of the market share. In Belgium, Google’s market share is 96 percent. Portugal has 94 percent of its market under Google control. In Spain, 93 percent of the market share belongs to Google. France has 91 percent of its market dominated by Google. In Germany, 93 percent of the market share is Google’s. In Switzerland, Google has 93 percent of the market share. In Austria, the Google percentage of the market share is 88 percent.

In Estonia, 53 percent of the market is run by Google. In Latvia, 97 percent of the market is under Google control. In Lithuania, Google has 98 percent of the market share. In Poland, Google’s market share is 95 percent. Russia has 32 percent of its market under Google control. In the Czech Republic, 34 percent of the market share belongs to Google. Slovakia has 75 percent of its market dominated by Google. In Ukraine, 72 percent of the market share is Google’s. In Hungary, Google has 96 percent of the market share. In Romania, the Google percentage of the market is 95 percent. In Bulgaria, 80 percent of the market share belongs to Google. Italy has 90 percent of its market dominated by Google. In Israel, 80 percent of the market share is Google’s.

In Japan, Google’s market share is 38 percent. In South Korea, Google has 3 percent of the market. In China, Google has 26 percent of the market. In Taiwan, Google has 18 percent. In Hong Kong, Google has 26 percent of the market. In India, the market share of Google is 81 percent. In Malaysia, Google has a market share of 51 percent. The Singapore market is 57 percent controlled by Google. Australia has an 87 percent market share controlled by Google. In New Zealand, Google has a market share of 72 percent.

Google Workspaces

Corporate headquarters, fondly nicknamed the Googleplex, is located in Mountain View, California. Today it’s one of many Google offices around the globe. While the offices are not identical, they tend to share some essential elements.

A Few Things You Might See in a Google Workspace:

Local expressions of each location, from a mural in Buenos Aires to ski gondolas in Zurich, showcasing each office’s region and personality.

Bicycles or scooters for efficient travel between meetings, dogs, lava lamps, massage chars and large inflatable balls.

Googlers sharing cubes, yurt and huddle rooms. They have very few solo offices.

Laptops are everywhere. They are standard issue for mobile coding, email on the go and note-taking.

Foosball, pool tables, volleyball courts, assorted video games, pianos, ping pong tables, and gyms that offer yoga and dance classes.

Grassroots employee groups for interests such as meditation, film, wine tasting and salsa dancing.

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