On Monday, Google surprised everyone with the restructuring that would place the company responsible for the most widely used web search engine in the world, as a branch of the company called Alphabet, which was created by Larry Page and Sergei Brin, the Belarus Mobile Database same founders of Google. On Monday Google surprised everyone with the restructuring that would place the company responsible for the most used web search engine in the world, as a branch of the company called Alphabet, which was created by Larry Page and Sergei Brin, the same founders of Google.
Related Notes: Besides Google, what are the most important companies in Alphabet? Meet the easter egg on the new Alphabet page Google surprises everyone and is now part of a company called Alphabet, what is happening? The problem that Alphabet will face for positioning in social media is that the domain is not available in any of the social networks most important in the world: Facebook and Twitter. On Monday afternoon Chris Andrikanich, who owns the Alphabet Twitter account, took with the same surprise as the rest of internet users, the news of Google’s restructuring, which he noted through the following tweet:
Social media users believe that the account owner could get rich by selling it to Google, or rather, to Alphabet, however, Twitter prohibits the Brother Cell Phone List sale of accounts, so the transaction would be unlikely. In an interview with Buzzfeed, Andrikanich points out that around five in the afternoon various media began to contact him without him having the slightest relationship with the corporate movement that Google announced. On the other hand, on Facebook, the domain/alphabet, as well as the web domain, belongs to BMW.