Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Former CEO of Google Regrets Not Attract Facebook

Had to have the opportunity again, the former CEO of Google Eric Schmidt Google wants more focus on cooperation with the up, while still running the search engine giant.

"I've failed," Schmidt said at All Things D conference in Rancho Palos Verdes, California, United States (U.S.), quoted viewwit by Reuters on Wednesday (01/06/2011).

Schmidt recognition comes two months after he was no longer serving as CEO of Google. Schmidt is now the Executive Chairman of Google, its position was replaced by Larry Page. Under Page, his employees were asked to develop more ways to make users more connected with family or friends, as well as on Facebook.

Apparently it is a priority mentioned Schmidt has spoken through the internal memo written in about four years ago. At that time, the new Facebook has 20 million active users.

Schmidt admitted he and other Google executives were not too serious when facing up. Now, after it has 500 million users worldwide, Facebook seems more than courage Google.

Along with the continued increase in users of Facebook, social networks are then able to attract more online advertising and 'stunt' Google's financial growth.

Even more alarming Google, there is much information on Facebook that can not be indexed by Google search. These restrictions make Google become 'less useful' as more and more people are forming online social circle. This also makes it difficult for Google to handle personal preference which can help advertisers.

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