Google does too charity differently!

Google has made a huge difference to the world. It has innovated in each and everything field that it has touched. It does everything differently. Google does everything in the most optimum way,  exactly the way it should be done. Google does charity too in a different way. It has pledged  20 million dollars:

  • Google has revolutionized the technology. Google has not just innovated in web search by creating powerful path-breaking search technologies but also in operating systems, databases etc with creation of GFS, BigTable etc.
  • Google has innovated in HR practices to keep the innovation and ideation alive. It has the best recruiting policies for attracting the talent.
  • Google has revolutionized the way you make business. Google makes money by empowering the common man – by making it easy to find quality information, by giving you better ways to connect and even by giving you an easy and effective way to earn money. Through AdSense, Google shares revenues with you so you earn when Google earns and vice versa. Google has changed the way advertising is done. Google helps the advertisers by allowing them to advertise at a reasonable cost yet reaching their target customers effectively through AdWords – your company pays Google only when an ad potentially turns into business; and of course it helps the end-users to find relevant and useful products. Well, I myself recently got benefited from this – I found, through Google ads while searching, a web-hosting company that gave me THE best hosting solutions at an unbelievably low price. So unlike Microsoft, who charges you a huge amount for a substandard quality operating system, Google makes money by making you rich! I hope Google will soon come up with a free or low cost operating system that is far superior to Microsoft’s Windows.
Having innovated in everything it does, Google is now all geared up to do philanthropy in a different way.. Google has announced a charity of 20 million dollars for 2010. Yes, I guess Google will do it differently and it will change the world in the middle of the present global economic recession. So let us wait and watch how Google will do charity!

Today I got the following greetings from Google:
 

Happy Holidays from Google
Hello,

As we near the end of the year, we wanted to take a moment to thank you for the time, energy, commitment, and trust you’ve shared with us in 2009.

With sharing in mind, this year we’ve decided to do something a little different. We hope you’ll find it fits the spirit of the holiday season.

We’re looking forward to working with you to build lasting success in 2010.

Happy Holidays,
Your Google Team

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