Google’s success as a search engine — it controls 60% of the search market — can overshadow the company’s hundreds of other products and services. With the company’s 4.5 billion regular users conducting over 2.3 million searches every second and about 2 trillion searches each year, it’s perhaps unsurprising that products like AdMob or Waze are lesser known. But they command just as much influence on the Internet. And for every success, there are also failures, like the time Google tried to compete with Facebook and Twitter with Google Buzz and Jaiku.
This infographic by Skilled.co looks at 21 of Google’s most successful, least successful, and lesser known projects:
Colin Cieloha is an American author and content marketer at Skilled.co. He writes about everything that will draw his attention, with a focus on the mobile and e-commerce space. When he is not writing, he is spending his time traveling the globe and snowboarding. Follow him on Twitter and Linkedin.