Google is ruling the web for almost past 10 years. Now Google emerged as the giant search engine with providing several flexible services to its users. This doodle is released as a part of Google’s 6th Birthday. The world’s biggest search engine was registered as ‘google.com’ on September 15, 1997. By the year 1998 it is grew as a multinational company with the name ‘Google Inc.’
Google has established as the real giants among some short – term giants by their quality of services which they provide for millions of internet users. Some of the common services are Gmail, Drive, maps, Google Chrome etc. It will be an interesting fact to know how Google become successful than other parallel competing sites.
Google released a special doodle in order to celebrate the 6th Birthday. In the previous years also they were released similar doodles on their anniversary. The doodle was a simple one. Google’s 6th Birthday Google Doodle made a celebration environment by the balloons and Graffiti that showered on the Google logo. The 1st ‘o’ of logo is replace with 3 balloons and 2nd ‘o’ is replaced with number ‘6’ indicating that its 6th anniversary of Google.
The starting was from the idea about the backlinks of any sites. 2 Ph.D. students at Stanford University, Larry Page and Sergey Brin, were doing their research project. The project was first realized by the name ‘BackRub’ as a home page for Stanford University. The project itself known as Stanford Digital Library Project which deals with the development of enabling technologies for a single, integrated and universal digital library for Stanford University.After this success many financial and software clubbing are done by Google with other famous multinational corporations like Microsoft. The search engine got both financial and popularity support by the time of 2004. Many of employees become paper billionaires in quick time. The revenue earned by the company was that much.
In 2004 they declared the code of conduct or the success mantra of their growth as ‘Don’t to be evil’ by mentioning that “We believe strongly that in the long term, we will be better served—as shareholders and in all other ways—by a company that does good things for the world even if we forgo some short term gains.”