Google Innovate !


In the year 1996, two Stanford students, Larry Page and Sergey Brin realized that the herculean task of searching the massive web of internet can be made easier. Those were the humble beginnings of the media and technology giant that we have come to know and love as Google. What is it that propelled this simple college start up into superstardom?
There are a few simple principles that Googlers follow:
1. Focus on the user and the rest will follow.
2. Fast is better than slow.
3. Democracy on the web works.
4. You can make money without doing evil.
5. Need for information crosses all borders.
6. Great just isn’t good enough!
Fulfilling requirements of the user has been the ultimate motive of Google. They have moulded and changed themselves over the years to suit the need of their varied and wide-ranging demographic of users. Whether it’s their patented PageRank system to filter search results or their clutter free homepage, everything is designed with the user in mind. When Google introduced Gmail, the one gigabyte of free space coupled with Google’s search power gave it a significant edge over other email services. Google’s constant determination to satisfy their user’s demands quickly put them ahead of their competition.
Google transcends national boundaries with 180 domains, offices in more than 60 countries and a search interface available in 130 languages. It recognises that the need of information crosses borders and its translation tools have helped bring the world closer together.
Another unique dimension of Google is its sheer respect for innovation. At the Google office innovation is king! The unique and unusual 20% rule in their office allows employees to work on their own creations and ideas for 20 % of the total time each week. These ideas are not in vain; they are taken forward and executed as well. This has helped spawn many of Google’s other products like Google news, Google Product Search (previously known as Froogle) and many others. This and other typical Google ways have made it a popular employer as well.
Rome wasn’t built in a day and neither was Google! It was built with patience, hard work and a lot of goodwill. And it is ever rising; from search to Chrome to Android to Google+, Google is constantly refining and bringing us new products every day.
This is what makes Google tick, an unparalleled success story and a dream seen through. Don’t be evil and don’t stop trying. It is the story that makes people like you and I feel like we can truly achieve new heights. So keep innovating and keep dreaming!


  1. Venkat says:

    Simply superb !!!

  2. K.Madevi says:

    the article is written precisely which is very informative with statistical data and facts which makes young minds to get involved with google and cool sophistication for tired minds to get to know about various applications available with google

  3. Shreya Rugle says:

    I would like to thank everyone again for their undying and relentless support! Truly humbled. My heartfelt gratitude to everyone for backing me up.

  4. ankita sarkar says:

    Amazing shreya

  5. Shubhangi says:

    Hey Shreya, wonderful article, keep it up!!

  6. sunil manvi says:

    Good article, nicely written! All the best.

  7. Dipshi says:

    nice …thnk u fr writing..:)

  8. Rasika says:

    nicely written shreya..well done !!!

  9. mahadev.s.bhuti says:

    Hi shreya.!! Nice article..!! Keep going.!! All the best.!: )

  10. prabhakar kabbur says:

    Very good effort Shreya..!! well written keep it up.!! : ) expecting to see more articles.!!

  11. Piggs says:

    Nicely done:)Very brief and precise.Good luck!

  12. Prasanna says:

    Well researched article. Thanks.

  13. Maadhavii says:

    I liked this article. Best Wishes

  14. Sadhana says:

    Very Nice …Informative, all the best Shreya…..

  15. Pratibha says:

    Well written Shreya 🙂 All the best

  16. Megha Dholakia says:

    Excellent the point..lots covered in less..very well done…!

  17. Mamata Deshpande says:

    Very concise and informative.Well done. Best of luck for the next round!

  18. Rupal says:

    very well scripted, informative, innovative. keeeep it up1.

  19. Mahesh Jivani says:

    Informative!! Short and Sweet…. lucid…

  20. neha says:

    Shre awesome essay…al d best for second round..hope u
    win dis too..:-)

  21. Himanshu Raninga says:

    Great Shreya………. salute to your understanding, great presentation, very clear with your thoughts and I think after Larry Page and Sergey Brin you are the 1 who understand GOOGLE in its original way.World is looking at you, spread lightning with your knowledge and again paying respect to your sense and clearity

  22. Avinash Gyale says:

    Very Informative . Looking forward to more informative blogs.  

  23. Krishna Shrimali says:

    Well Done Shreya!! 🙂 Keep it up!

  24. kiran madihali says:

    awwwsome shreya well written 🙂

  25. Aarti Patil says:

    Great research! Well written. I learnt so much by reading this essay! Best wishes. :-). Hope to see you getting laurels in 2013!!

  26. lalitha says:

    very useful information

  27. lalitha says:

    very informative and well written  sherya

  28. satish rugle says:

    It is a nice analysis for every one to understand Google.

  29. Shreya Rugle says:

    Thanks to everyone for their support!!

  30. Deepak K says:

    Dear Shreya,Well written with insight on Google evolution and their innovation to convey message to world that the innovation pays the dividends at the end. Deepak

  31. sanjeev kabbur says:

    Excellent article.Google can create some novel way of putting your idea1.

  32. Sumathi Uchil says:

    The essence of the Google spirit is nicely captured. Well written, Shreya !

  33. Purva Darole says:

    Good one, Shreya 🙂

  34. Gauri Bhattacharya says:

    Well researched and presented in a lucid manner.

  35. JB says:

    Very well written Shreya..the google principles of:1. Focus on the user and the rest will follow. 2. Fast is better than slow. 3. Democracy on the web works. 4. You can make money without doing evil. 5. Need for information crosses all borders. 6. Great just isn’t good enough!are core of any initiative…Congratulations!

  36. Deepa Rugle says:

    Well written and informative!! Gives a sneak peak into Google,s history.

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