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10 Things in Sales that will Never Change

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Women in the Dealer Workforce: Where We Are & Where We Can Go

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Car Subscriptions - Q and A with Bill Playford

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Weekend Infographic: Google, Under the Hood

It's easy to take it for granted. When we want to look for a car or answer any of life's mundane questions, we go to Google and get our answers. It happens every day (a billion times a day, actually). Most of us get our answer without paying a penny and we move on with our daily lives.

Still, Google is making money. The service might be free and something that brings us to the site or to an app on our mobile devices on a semi-regular basis, but the advertising they sell for the service is the most profitable advertising platform in history by far.

With all that said, this latest infographic breaks down the story and technical background behind the most used research tool the world has ever known.  Click to enlarge.

Google Search Facts

Bryan Armstrong
WOW! That is just mind-boggling. Thanks for sharing!
Chris Costner
Very cool. That is one "well oiled" machine wouldn't you say? Thanks JD!
JD Rucker
Google is SkyNet, just not with the goal of destroying humanity or the armored robots that look like us (yet).

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