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That's because Google is not a seller, it's an online search engine. Certainly it dabbles in other cloud business too, however its key item is Google Search. It knows how to sell ads. When it comes to market selling of consumer electronics ? Not so much.

Ryan Whitwam creating on ExtremeTech believes it has a shot. He contends that while the Android telephone were selling quite well when Google tried to get involved, the Android tablets have failed to gain any traction (Kindle Fire notwithstanding, I guess).

Perhaps I'm wrong (it's happened even more than once), however if Google isn't positively prepared this moment, it should gain from its earlier selling misadventure and adhere to search and Android and software-- stuff they are aware of, and for goodness sakes, stay away from trying to sell consumer electronics online.

Just so you don't believe that I'm overlooking at Google's market foray through the very clear vision of the rear-view mirror, consider the blog post I produced on Daniweb called Google Launches Half-baked Market Method at the time they broadcast the online store. Last month the WSJ published Google was having the plunge back into market (which I would link to if WSJ didn't insist on putting the news behind their paywall). Certainly, the abject failure of the first effort at retail didn't hinder Google from trying again.

Whitwam thinks Google Play fits into this technique, and it could be that Google will aim to go the Kindle Fire route-- not making very much money on the gadget and selling content rather. Great technique, other than that Google have never proven itself to become a content offering company to any degree-- it's definitely no Amazon in this regard, that's for certain.

Seriously, I'm not being of the opinion it since once again Google is treading into unfamiliar territory. My feeling is Google doesn't recognize a lot more than it did the initial time about retail.

My feeling is Google doesn't realize a lot even more than it did the initial time about market.

So let us zoom on to 2012. Last month the WSJ reported Google was having the plunge back into retail (which I would link to if WSJ didn't demand setting the news behind their paywall). Clearly, the abject downfall of the first effort at market didn't hinder Google from trying again.

So you don't think that I'm checking out Google's retail foray through the obvious vision of the rear-view mirror, consider the blog post I crafted on Daniweb called Google Launches Boneheaded Retail Strategy at the time they announced the online store. And I didn't stop with juicy adjectives like boneheaded, I called it misguided, a mistake and a poor concept. You get the concept.

And it only considered 5 months before they sealed it down. Computerworld attributed the closing to sagging sales and poor customer servicing. The second a company knows nothing about market, that occurs.

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