55 Google Facts Which You May Not Know About Google

Last updated on October 12, 2017

55 Amazing Google Facts Which You May Not Know

Google!

What is it?

Any internet user or for that matter any school going child can very well answer that!

Of course, many of the readers here especially the bloggers know a lot more things about Google and its activities.

But at the same time, I am sure many do not know many of the facts about this wonderful organization or search engine called Google!

In this post, the below-given infographic the developer BargainFox narrates 55 amazing facts about Google that you probably didn’t know about Google.

Interesting facts you may not know about Google
You can share this Infographic on Google on your Web or Blog pages:
Copy the below-given HTML code and use it, Please make sure to give the attribution to the developer of this amazing Infographic. BargainFox Thanks Colin (The Digital Marketing Manager) for the kind consent given to Philipscom to publish it on our pages
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Also, watch this interesting video about Google and the beginning of working with Google.  Five summer interns share their experiences with Google in this video:

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by Philip Verghese 'Ariel'

A Multilingual Freelance Writer, Editor, Blogger, Roundup Expert, Translator, Internet Marketer And A Social Campaigner. Manages different sites in English as well as in Malayalam. Born And Brought Up In Kerala. Now Based At Secunderabad, Telangana, India. Can Reach At: philipscom55(@)Gmail [.] Com twitter: @PVAriel Skype Philva6

13 comments

  1. Hi Phil,

    That was such an interesting infographic about Google – and I enjoyed the video too.

    I was actually surprised of the “recency” of the events. You tend to think that Google has been around for ever!

    Certainly wish I had put a few $85s into the Google IPO in 2004!

    Joy – Blogging After Dark

  2. Phil,

    Amazing and fun infographic you have here! I sure didn’t know all the numbers here about Google. I’ve read somewhere about the meaning behind Google’s name but i’s great to be reminded. Today, Google really did an excellent job at organising the infinite information of the internet. 😉

    Thanks for sharing!

    Cheers,
    Anh

  3. Woah… I never knew some countries are restricted access to Google!
    That is indeed a shocking news to me!
    The other factors like its name its meaning and other statistics etc
    are indeed revealing!
    Thanks a hundred fold for telling us about Google and its amazing facts or activities.
    The video is really an interesting one.

  4. Well, I knew a few of them but thanx for sharing about other information about this giant search machine.
    I loved the post plz do continue to post more such information.
    I am for the first time on your page. Will come back soon. 🙂
    Rana

  5. Hi,

    That’s one of the best infographics I have seen. I knew few of the points about Google but got to know many new things. Thanks for sharing this wonderful infographic post. Keep posting 🙂

    Best Regards,
    Mohit Arora

  6. Definitely a great infographic, if you search for top keyword searches on google, it will show a crazy popular keyword search that could help with content generation.

  7. Hi Philip,
    It is huge information about. Few things are such interested like google has own foam car.
    The way you presented the information is more unique way. I like your infographic. I already published 2 article on http://technicgang.com related to Google. I Would like to share your article in my post.
    Thanks.

  8. Hey Philip,

    The prime reason the Google home page is so bare is due to the fact that the founders didn’t know HTML and just wanted a quick interface. In fact it was noted that the submit button was a long time coming and hitting the return key was the only way to burst Google into life. Google has the largest network of translators in the world. Beyond these Google fun facts, we might be surprised to learn that Google actually rents a massive herd of goats on a regular basis, to help manage the weeds on the Mountain View campus property. Eventually, thanks for sharing much interesting and informative thought with us.

    With best wishes,

    Amar kumar

  9. Hey Philip,

    Google has evolved from a domain name to a search engine and more. It’s always good to know about the history of the current companies who are rocking the world.

    Apple is till one of the biggest companies and Google is dealing with everything to its level. The infographic is showing everything.

    Thanks for sharing with us.
    ~Ravi

  10. Hai Philip…..

    It’s an informative and mind blowing post which would help us to know more interesting facts about the Google.
    I am sure that I have not read such post before. So, first of all, i would like to thank you for sharing this information.

    Since Google is the most important network that is used worldwide. I know some of the points in this but many I was not aware. If a person searches anything it will search into his ocean history and finally shows the results related to it. It’s been the great guide for many people since this post would make people understand even better than what we know now.

    I once again thank you for sharing such a most useful most.
    Keep posting 🙂

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