Google is a company that started off mainly in the search department, before they started growing rapidly and also gained a significant foothold in the online ad industry, with their Google Ads program that has certainly helped plenty of folks take the jump to being a “pro-blogger”. Well, it seems that Google is not a company that rests on its laurels, where they continue to work on a slew of products with the aim of being the dominant force. TechCrunch claims that Google has Amazon in its sights now, as the Internet search giant has been quietly working with a fair number of nationwide retail chains, which could very well comprise of the likes of Walmart, Target and Walgreens, to develop a new next-day shipping service which intends to undercut Amazon Prime.
It is said that this service will more or less cost anywhere from $64 to $69 annually, which is a rather significant savings compared to the $79 that Amazon Prime charges. Bear in mind that you should take this bit of news with a pinch of salt, since there was no launch timeframe in the picture, and nothing has been finalized and inked just yet.
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