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Google Not Thinking Big Enough? March 16, 2007

Posted by John in Technology.

Here is a link to a Googler Insights by Marisa Mayer.  Is Google thinking big enough???  I’ve been thinking about Google lately and I have to say that it seem like they aren’t thinking big enough in their projects.  They already have Microsoft in their death grip so what do they do next?   Google is global and no longer about search. 

Google is crushing the market in technology and advertsing…but what about all the talent that they hired …All those Phds… Googleplex is buzzing with action…what will be the outcome.   Google has to be thinking way beyond adsense and adwords. 

What should they be thinking about and how big?  Take over the DNS servers around the world?  Develop the killer app for Clean Tech?   Integrate Google into clothes (love to see a Google line of clothes – forget Old Navy and GAP)?   Take over the cable companies and wireless providers?…


1. daniela barbosa - March 17, 2007

Continue to develop and innovate around Enterprise solutions. Test it in the consumer space and then deliver enterprise grade solutions.

2. Rick Calvert - March 17, 2007

How about taking over a major newspaper or magazine publisher John?

3. John Furrier - March 17, 2007

Google has to be completely focused on the enterprise for sure.. they are taking a strong approach in the enterprise

Rick: I think that that might be too small for them unless it was a national or global brand… print is morphing to online and those offline franchises better be thinking of ways to integrate online…

4. Steve Wilhelm - March 17, 2007

They could easily dominate the CDN space.

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