Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOG) Unperturbed As Search Engines Deals Abound

Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL) is unperturbed about the latest deals happening in the world of search engines! The open source platform search engine maker knows that the superiority of the products it offers will always allow it remain the most sought after search engine, however, hard competitors may try.

Recently Mozilla had switched from Google search engine to Yahoo Search as the default search engine on its browser, the Firefox. Apparently, a key statistic appeared to prove Google’s faith in its products.

Paid-clicks are a fundamental revenue earning tools for search engines. After the deal between Mozilla and Yahoo was announced, Google’s paid clicks volumes fell to 49%, from its previous 61%. However, the story was different in a matter of two weeks. By the second week, Google was back to 53% of the paid clicks volumes.
Apparently, Firefox users’ experience with Yahoo Search was not as satisfying, bringing them back to Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL) search engine folds!

Top brass at Google Inc, reflect this faith they have in true- blood Google search engine users and the sophistication of their own tool.

Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL) CFO, Patrick Pichette, while addressing his company’s earnings call, was plain-speaking when he remarked that ‘wonderful products’ of Google ensure that ‘people will find them.’

Besides, Pichette highlighted that Google Inc, platforms, company’s and brand names made little difference, for, as a technology company they were exclusively focused on delivering ‘amazing products.’ That’s was the reason behind their recent ‘distribution deal with Apple Inc (NASDAQ:AAPL) for the iOS version of Safari,’ he added.

For Google partnerships are primary, as they allow it to distribute and reach out to more partnerships, the CFO reiterated. Combined with the Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL) search engine’s processing capacity with the use of the ‘Knowledge Graph,’ Pichette believes, there is no cause of worry for Google Inc. Other deals in the industry may happen, but users will continue to find Google because the search engine will remain invested in the technology bringing results faster, and better with every version.