Google CEO reveals 'shocking' news on Google+

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California, Jul 15: Just few days after the announcement of Google Plus, Google co-founder and CEO Larry Page seems to be more happier than the Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg! While announcing company's Q2 earnings, Larry Page said Google had a great quarter with revenue up by 32 percent year on year and a new record for quarterly revenue at over $9 billion!

The CEO of the California-based company also revealed growth rate of the recently announced social networking site Google+, which is still in field trial stage. Indirectly, aiming Facebook's complex controls for sharing content with different groups, Page said, "In real life, we share different things with different people."

"Our goal with Google+ is to make sharing on the web like sharing in real life, as well as to improve the overall Google experience."

Larry Page, who was appointed as CEO three months ago, said over 10 million people have joined Google+ and users are sharing over 1 billion items in a single day. He also added that Google is planning to add more fun to Google+ and the company is excited about its progress.

"Google+ is also a great example of another focus of mine--beautiful products that are simple and intuitive to use and was actually was one of the first products to contain our new visual redesign."

Page also added that over 550,000 Android Devices activated daily and its popular web browser Google Chrome has more than 160 million users around the globe.

Web giant's CEO broke Google products into three categories:-

  • Search and ads products - the core driver of revenue for the company
  • High consumer success products like YouTube, Android and Chrome - planing to invest in these in order to optimize their long-term success
  • New products like Google+ and Commerce and Local - investing in them to drive innovation and adoption

Google CEO said that he will continue tight financial management even as they are making significant investments in our future.

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