ECO 105 Module 3 and 4 Question 2

Not only that but they would lose respect among

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Not only that but they would lose respect among consumers and even possible revenue generators in things like advertisements with Google. For Google to do something like that could be detrimental to their company. Just like in the case of Facebook, Google is unnecessary to people for everyday life. Which brings me to the second thing that would happen if Google decided to charge per search. There are other avenues of finding information, not just Google. Sure, Google has built an incredible reputation and done an awesome job marketing themselves, but there are other search engines that would gladly take some of Google’s sponsors. For example, there are search engines and avenues to finding information such as Wikipedia, Bing, Yahoo Search, and AOL just to name a few. As a matter of fact, I’ve found one hundred other reputable search engines that would be more than happy to take Google’s top spot as one of the best search engines. If Google decided to charge, those other one hundred search engines would be glad because people would be using their search engine more than they use to because most likely these other search engines would be free. Not only that, but also the
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  • Summer '12
  • Christopher
  • Economics, Web search engine, Instant messaging, Yahoo!, Text messaging

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