Google’s mission has always been “To organise the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful. ” Google has intended to be the good guys of the corporate world. It sees great as not being an endpoint but a start point for new things. By the means of innovation which is its lifeblood, it aims to improve upon in unexpected ways. For example, when it saw that search worked well for properly spelled works, it also made the search easier for typos by introducing the spell checker.
It also thrives on the motto of making money without doing evil. It follows honesty and integrity in the things it does. It does not allow ads to be displayed on results page if they are irrelevant. Advertising is also identified as “Sponsored Link”, so it does not compromise the integrity. Google supports a style of marketing called “marketing asset management” through which advertising resources and budget are constantly monitored. It wants advertising to be treated like an asset depending on market conditions.
It never takes success for granted. Always thinks like an underdog and wants its employees to be humble with success. It aims at earning customer and user loyalty and also respect to maintain great products and services every day. It expects employees to honor commitments and enjoy each other’s company celebrating both professional and personal accomplishments. Sustainable long-term growth and profitability is the key to its success. It rides on doing things that matter and doing it efficiently. It focusses on doing one thing really, really well.
Through continuous iteration on difficult problems it has been able to solve complex issues and provide continuous improvements to make finding information a fast and seamless experience for billions of people. It works towards providing people with access to information wherever they are and whenever they need it. Google’s goal is to reach as many people as possible on the Web- whether by PC or by phone. Hence globally Google held a dominant lead with 89 percent of the market share versus Yahoo’s 5 percent and MSN’s 3 percent.