Axios article Google has been testing a new way to generate revenue from its search engine.
Now, the search giant is looking to increase its revenue by a factor of 10,000 by 2020.
This would result in a 10-fold increase in search revenue for Google in 2020, according to the Wall Street Journal.
This increase in Google search revenue is projected to be around $150 billion, or a 20-fold rise.
It’s a big change for Google.
Google is not alone in trying to make its search platform more appealing to users.
In 2017, Microsoft launched a new advertising platform called Cortana, which was able to give users more control over how their search queries appear.
Google has also been working to make search more useful for developers and publishers.
For example, the company is testing a way for users to find out more about a product or service and then search for the product or search query on its own terms page.
Google also said that it will be increasing the number of search results it shows for a particular keyword in search results.
Google said that this new revenue model is going to help it become more profitable.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai has been vocal about the need to attract more search revenue.
“Our goal is to drive revenue growth and help us meet the growing demand for search on mobile and web,” he said.
“We have been building search into Google, our search product, for nearly three years and have made great strides to build an efficient and profitable search business.
This will help us grow even faster.”
Google’s revenue growth comes despite the fact that search is the most popular search term on the web.
Google’s search revenue rose by about 7% in 2017, but that is still down from 20% growth the year before.
The reason for this slowdown is that the search market has been struggling to find enough advertising revenue to keep pace with Google’s growth.
For years, search has been seen as the way to grow the search business for search engines like Bing, Yahoo, and Google.
But as more search users are migrating to mobile and online search, the amount of search revenue being generated is dropping.
Google now believes that its search revenue will continue to decline because of these mobile and search growth trends.