Tomahawk, WI 10/10/2013 (BasicsMedia) – At the moment, it seems as if Google Inc is the undisputed champion and leader when it comes to dominance of the Internet. But, Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) offers the best example of a company which can provide credible competition to Google. The two companies already enjoy the reputation of being called the two most dominant forces on the Internet. Google appears to enjoy some edge over its competition mostly around the West and Asian regions. FB , on the other hand, has an edge over its rivals in Spanish-speaking areas, North Africa and Middle East.

 Facebook Dominates in Most Countries Globally

 A group of researchers recently sampled results from 50 countries all over the globe where they sought to find out which is the most-visited website in the world. FB emerged tops followed by Google. More people in the world choose to visit FB than any other site. More people in the world, choose to visit FB and Google sites combined than any other site. It is quite interesting that this has not solicited the sort of results which would have been expected when FB launched its IPO in 2012, and had to wait until 2013 to see positive results.

 Why Can’t FB Turn This Dominance into Money?

 It appears as if FB is still struggling, or had been struggling, to translate this global domination in terms of being the most visited website, into money. This had been happening for quite some time and seems to only have changed in 2013. The reason behind the change is that the company opted to try mobile ad campaigns, which have proved to be a roving success. FB has finally been able to convert its monthly and daily active user numbers into money. But the stock still has a long way to go in order to reach the levels which Google currently enjoys.

 Investors Still Prefer Google to Facebook Inc Stock

 FB might be enjoying the reputation of being the most visited site worldwide, but investors are still choosing Google over it. This could be because Google has been a publicly traded company for much longer than FB. However, I think it is because of several other reasons as well. FB is not as marketable as Google as a stock. The former appears to  be limited in terms of products and doesn’t perform anywhere near the levels of the latter in matters to do with innovation. It is an open secret that Google remains one of the most innovative companies in the world.

 If there is one thing which both FB and Google have proven by their continued dominance, it is the fact that the world has entered into a new era of Internet Empires. Things will never be the same, and the fact that even Apple Inc has dislodged Coca Cola as the brand of choice globally, indicates that the firms operating in the technology industry are set to continue being the dominant forces in the world. The challenge for FB will always be to make money and remain a viable option for all its investors. In order to do this, it must do better than FB has ever done.

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