If you have an online business, it is but natural to expect that there is heavy competition in the industry. Microsoft is benefiting from this competition, and while Google may still bask in its glory as one of the reigning search engine kings, it suffices to note that competition is doing both companies well.
For example, there is stiff competition between the ad programs of Google and Microsoft. AdWords is Google’s flagship network and it is in charge of providing means for businesses to promote their products and services on the Internet. Microsoft has a similar program which is not quite as popular as Google’s AdWords – but it is definitely something that the competing company should look forward to beating.
Think of it as a modern-day virtual advertising billboard, and the terms and conditions generally vary from every client. Now, going back to Microsoft and AdWords’ relation to the programming giant, there’s no doubt that the conflict, or at least the heavy competition between the two is a two-bladed sword.
The money that they spend just to outgun and outsell each other would obviously be big, and that’s just on the case of financing. How about the other aspects of competition available? But the publicity that they earn is probably the best form of revenue return that they could ever produce in this heavy competition.
Of course, while each of them try to outdo each other, there’s always the open possibility of free advertising care through the media and the ever-popular blogging communities. When it comes to which company or AdWords program beats the other, the decision lies more towards whose services is better.