Happy Birthday, Google! The 3 Best Things You’ve Given Us

Can you believe that it has been 15 years since the search engine giant launched? It’s nearly surreal to think back to a time where Google was not an integrated fixture in our lives or the last time we didn’t utter the word “Google” at some point during the day. Truthfully, what did we say when we wanted to search for something online prior to “Googling It”?

Google has truly changed our Internet experience – From the way we navigate, to the way we live, to the way we learn, to the way we communicate. But, what is the best of the best when it comes to Google? Well, there are many,many reasons of why Google has stolen our hearts. To keep this post relatively brief, let’s hit the high points, shall we? Here’s our top three reasons why Google is our favorite:

1. Matt Cutts – If you’re not familiar with Matt Cutts, catch up on him via YouTube (yet another reason Google rocks!). Not only is he extremely knowledgeable, he has an incredible knack of speaking the ‘commoners’ tone. Regardless of your experience and knowledge of SEO and the online word, Cutts does an impeccable job of explaining tactics and changes without making your head spin or finding yourself drowning in deeper confusion.

2. Gmail – Unlimited storage, incredible spam blocking, superior integration with essential tools, such as Google Drive & Google Calendar, and easily organizable filing. True, you may not be a fan of Gmail’s newest change to your inbox, but overall, the experience is unparalleled.

3. Google Maps – It’s never been easier to get lost or get found. With full integration to navigate and explore a city like a champ, Google Maps has changed the game with acclimating ourselves with our world… and we’re not even talking about the Street View, where we’re given the opportunity to see any place we’d like in what almost feels like real-time.

Looking for a blast from the past? Take a gander at what Google looked like 15 years ago. Recognizable, yet so unfamiliar. We’ve come a long way, baby!


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4 Responses to Happy Birthday, Google! The 3 Best Things You’ve Given Us

  1. Google always give useful products to the users such as Gmail, Google Glass and also try well to improve its search results.

  2. Beth says:

    Great information on Google!! Its amazing how much they have grown in just 3 years.

  3. Nice post…. google is always giving much effective things and will always do

  4. marilynn says:

    Pretty! This was a really wonderful article.
    Many thanks for supplying this info.

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