Google didn’t become Google because it built the perfect search experience. It became a $766 billion company because it figured out how to distribute and tune a superior search algorithm and use the cash that spewed off of it to acquire businesses like YouTube, DoubleClick, startups that formed the basis of Google Maps, and Android. Then it used the same system of great engineering and hyper-data-driven refinements to turn those products into global hits too.
Sie fasst das zusammen mit:
It’s some luck—but mostly execution.