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Google Mock Interview

To help you prepare for a Google job interview, here are 35 interview questions and answer examples.

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How would you handle the continually adapting and changing work environment at Google?

How to Answer

With this question, your interviewer is looking to gauge your adaptability to change and your ability to be adaptive in the workplace at Google. Because Google operates in an ever-changing online environment and always doing what is necessary to stay at the top of their game in their market, all staff members need to be able to take on changes with ease. You need to come to your interview prepared to show your interviewer that you can embrace change. If possible, provide an example of a time when you adapted and made last-minute changes in your work.

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List of 35 Google Interview Questions & Answers

  • Adaptability

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    How would you handle the continually adapting and changing work environment at Google?

      How to Answer

      With this question, your interviewer is looking to gauge your adaptability to change and your ability to be adaptive in the workplace at Google. Because Google operates in an ever-changing online environment and always doing what is necessary to stay at the top of their game in their market, all staff members need to be able to take on changes with ease. You need to come to your interview prepared to show your interviewer that you can embrace change. If possible, provide an example of a time when you adapted and made last-minute changes in your work.

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      1st Answer Example

      "I'm probably in the minority on this, but I absolutely thrive in a continuously changing work environment and have the ability to do so with ease because of my desire to always be learning and growing on the job. Being adaptive starts with a positive attitude and a desire to improve and I would gladly bring both of these traits to work at Google."

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  • Behavioral

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    What are one or two behaviors or attitudes that are most likely to cause conflict with you at work?

      How to Answer

      To get a sense of how you will interact with the various staff at Google that you will be working closely with, your interviewer wants you to be open and honest about the kinds of potential interpersonal challenges you might have. Prior to your interview, put some serious thought into the attitudes and behaviors that irk you the most, and don't hesitate to talk candidly about them. As you answer, make sure that you discuss how you work with these personality types so your interviewer gets a strong sense that you are able to work effectively with any member of the Google team.

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      "Honestly, my two pet peeves in colleagues are laziness and disrespect. I was raised by my parents and grandparents to take pride in myself and my work and I expect my colleagues to do the same. I also was raised to show respect for all people that I work closely with and expect the same shown to me. I've worked with a couple of colleagues during my career that didn't give their full effort and I was never hesitant to talk with them when I felt they could give more effort. As well, I've been in a few situations where colleagues weren't respectful. Just last week, I witnessed a colleague show complete disrespect towards another colleague by brushing off their opinions on a project we were working on. To draw the line, I called out the disrespect among our group of five and asked the person to start being respectful when working as a part of my team."

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  • Behavioral

    3.

    What values and traits would you bring to to the Google team that would help promote teamwork and collaboration?

      How to Answer

      Teamwork and collaboration are essential in Google's pursuit of organizing the world's information and making it universally acceptable. Prior to your interview, it will be important for you to research this role and who you will be working closely with so you can effectively layout how you work effectively with others for your interviewer. Your interviewer wants to know that you can collaborate effectively with any staff member at Google, so talk about how you facilitate cooperation. As you answer, don't hesitate to explain why a true team effort is so important in the work that you will be doing in this role.

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      1st Answer Example

      "Throughout my career, I've always been commended for being the ultimate team player. It begins with clear communication, including listening. I value what my team wants to bring to the table, and I encourage them to brainstorm and collaborate together. I also rely on my ability to read people, and I try to respond appropriately. I also know my limitations. We were all educated and trained in our niche areas. I know I can't be everything to my colleagues nor do I try, so I never hesitate to enlist the help of a subject matter expert when their input is needed."

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  • Behavioral

    4.

    What resources and strategies do you have in place to handle stress on the job?

      How to Answer

      While Google is often noted for being very innovative in its unique workspaces and overall fun atmosphere, they are also a very tenacious organization when it comes to being the best in their industry. With that tenacity comes the desire for their staff to perform at the highest of levels at all times. Prior to your interview, be sure to put some serious thought into how you manage daily stresses on the job so you are able to paint a clear picture for your interview on you can handle the stress that comes with this role at Google with ease. As you answer, discuss the tools and resources that you lean on to help navigate stress in your work environment.

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  • Behavioral

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    Working at Google, you will experience changes on a regular basis. When have you had to handle major workplace changes in the past?

      How to Answer

      Time and time again, Google has proven that they think big and take risks in all that they do. In their mission to make information as organized and accessible as possible, Google needs to always remain fluent in how they come to the market. For just about every employee at Google, this need for fluidity is also true. What comes with this mentality is continual change and new approaches. Being able to swivel the focus of your work is a necessary skill for you to have if you were to join the Google team. Talk to your interviewer about a time when a significant change occurred in your work in the past. Carefully describe how you adjusted to this change in a healthy, positive and effective manner.

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  • Behavioral

    6.

    What challenges do you anticipate in this role if hired at Google? How would you plan to meet those challenges head on?

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      Challenges will always be present when starting a new job. Whether you are climbing the corporate ladder or applying at a new organization, a career move can be challenging because of the changes in tasks, the context in which these tasks are executed, expectations, environment, and employee relationships. Discuss a couple of responsibilities present in this new role at Google that could present a learning curve for you. Consider all factors as you talk about your ability to recognize and tackle the challenges if you were to be hired for the job.

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  • Direct

    7.

    What do you believe is the biggest challenge that Google faces today?

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      As you researched this role at Google, applied, and then prepared for your interview, it's easy to assume that Google has it all! They create a massive variety of products, and they have the market for services that most people in the world use on a daily basis. But if you put some thought into it, you can easily think of some things that keep Google as an organization up at night. Talk to your interviewer about what you believe is a current challenge for them. Having the 'right' answer is not the biggest concern in your response. Primarily, your interviewer is looking for proof that you are engaged in how Google keeps its market share in all areas of the tech sector that they hold.

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  • Direct

    8.

    What is your favorite Google product?

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      Google launches new and exciting products on a regular basis because they are committed to providing new ways to make our lives easier. Your interviewer is interested in knowing which Google products you use the most, or find to be the most useful, in your life. Prior to your interview, be sure to research the full line of Google's products so you are able to speak with passion about which is your favorite. As you answer, don't hesitate to talk about any of their products that you find intriguing but have yet to try.

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  • Direct

    9.

    Here at Google, we take privacy and confidentiality very seriously. Are you willing to sign a non-disclosure agreement if required for this role?

      How to Answer

      Signing a non-disclosure agreement is quite common in the software and technology industry. If hired at Google, you may become privy to trade secrets, pending patents, and other innovative projects that must remain confidential. Talk to the interviewer about your willingness to sign an agreement. If you are currently under a non-disclosure or non-compete agreement with your present employer or have been at any time in the past, now is the time to discuss that.

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  • Direct

    10.

    Looking at our products and services, what do you think we do better at Google than any of our competitors?

      How to Answer

      Before your interview, be sure to research Google and any awards or recognitions they have recently received. In their industry, and competitive space, put some serious thought into where you believe that they truly stand out. Be sure to speak positively about Google's recent achievements to show that you are interested and engaged in their work. As you research, some recent awards that you'll see that Google has won include Best Company Perks & Benefits, Best Company Happiness, Best Leadership Teams, Best Product & Design Team, Best Engineering Team, and Best Company Outlook. Depending on the role you are interviewing for at Google, you can also take your answer in the direction of how their products are far superior to those of their competitors.

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  • Direct

    11.

    At Google, we take pride in our ability to stay one step ahead of our competitors. How will you contribute to this trend?

      How to Answer

      Prior to your interview with Google, it is critical that you research the organization and who its most vigorous competitors are. As you research, look for important information that proves what Google does best in their market and who is trying to do it better. As you answer, speak openly with your interviewer about your ability to work competitively and how you plan to contribute to the continued success of Google in the role that you are interviewing for. In the US, Google has over 60% of the market share with Bing holding just over 30%. But Google doesn't consider Bing or Yahoo to be their more threatening competitor. Amazon and Apple are among the strongest competitors, which makes sense when we stop thinking of Google as a search engine and start thinking of it as a tech company.

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  • Discovery

    12.

    In your own words, describe what Google's company mission means to you.

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      Google's mission statement is, "To organize the world's information and make it universally accessible and useful." While it would be good to have this memorized coming into your interview, your interviewer is really looking to hear how this mission resonates with you and what you feel it truly means. No matter how you answer this question, be sure to express your excitement for the mission if you were to be fortunate enough to join Google.

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  • Discovery

    13.

    Google celebrates diversity in many ways. In which ways do you celebrate those different from you?

      How to Answer

      Diversity and inclusion are celebrated topics at Google, and your interviewer would like to know that you share this mindset. One of Google's five commitments is including all voices in what they do. This commitment has Google committing to diversity & inclusion efforts both inside and outside the workplace. As you answer this question, share with your interviewer the ways that you celebrate diversity and inclusion in the workplace. If you have had the opportunity of working in a culturally diverse organization, talk about the positive experiences you gained from that experience and would bring to the Google team.

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  • Discovery

    14.

    If you could pick a Google Doodle of the day, what would it be?

      How to Answer

      Prior to your interview, it's important to know that the Google Doodle is a playful and temporary alteration of Google's logo on their website's homepage. The Doodle is often associated with holidays or special events around the world. Google introduced the very first Doodle in 1998 for the Burning Man festival. Google has a great time with their Doodles and they even deploy a team of employees called the Doodlers that create these illustrations. While you have some fun answering this question, know that how you answer can give some very good insight into who you are as a person and future employee at Google.

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  • Discovery

    15.

    What do you like to work on in your spare time?

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      With this question, your interviewer would like to hear more about the interests that keep you occupied and engaged when you are not in the workplace. While there is no wrong or right response to this question, you want to ensure that you are insightful and show an interest in activities that will resonate with Google and their culture. You could mention volunteer time, family events, books that you like to read, or ways that you enjoy further educating yourself.

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  • Discovery

    16.

    If you had the ultimate power, what is one way that you would help make an impactful difference in the world?

      How to Answer

      Google is well known for its philanthropic efforts and boasts an amazing donation of $1 billion in annual grants and 1 million employee volunteer hours annually. Community involvement and giving back to those in need is something that Google takes pride in and your interviewer would like to hear that you would make a similar difference if given the power. Prior to your interview, be sure to research some of Google's community initiatives so you can speak to Google's efforts in giving back while you answer. Some very unique ways that Google gives back are through the Code for America program and the Khan Academy.

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  • Discovery

    17.

    How do you keep up-to-date on new trends and changes in your line of work?

      How to Answer

      Google is an organization that believes in career and personal development and one way that your interviewer will try to gauge your belief in career development is by asking a question like this. Ideally, they want to hear that you go the extra mile by participating in continuing education opportunities, attending seminars or training, and reading up on your field. Show your interviewer that you are passionate about your field and growing within it by openly discussing how you stay on top of industry trends and news.

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  • Discovery

    18.

    What do you think you will like about this role with Google?

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      At some point during your interview process, your interviewer wants to hear what you are looking forward to learning and experiencing in this new position with Google. Now is the time for you to talk about what truly excites you about this opportunity! It's always a good idea to share how this position will challenge you and help you grow. Knowing that you are interviewing with a company that is world-renowned for having a great culture and company perks, it is perfect to talk about any of the benefits that Google provides to their staff as well.

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  • Discovery

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    If you had to improve in one area as you join the Google team, what would it be?

      How to Answer

      With this question, your interviewer wants to learn that you are self-aware of your weaknesses and desire professional growth. Think about opportunities for improvement relevant to this particular role at Google and be open and honest with your interviewer on your shortcoming for the job. Avoid mentioning any weaknesses that could compromise your application. Talk less about the area of improvement. Instead, discuss the actions you are actively taking to improve. A strong answer will demonstrate to the interviewer that you have done your homework regarding the job qualifications and the company culture at Google.

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  • Discovery

    20.

    Culture fit is important to us at Google. How would you describe your personality?

      How to Answer

      Google has been awarded the Best Company Culture for many years for several excellent reasons. One of the reasons is the excellent perks that they provide to their staff and these perks include flexible hours, a pet-friendly work environment, inspiring workspaces, and onsite fitness centers. On top of incredible perks like free chef-prepared meals, free health and dental, hybrid car subsidies, nap pods, video games, ping pong, and on-site physicians, Google also presents a well-rounded understanding of employee needs which includes pay, perks, amenities, work/life balance and more. While putting some serious thought into this prior to your interview, briefly discuss why your personality will work well with Google's values and principles.

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  • Discovery

    21.

    Who is the smartest person that you know and why do you consider them smart?

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      In an attempt to get to know your personal side a bit better and see the type of person they'd be hiring at Google, your interviewer is asking this question. You can have fun with this question and choose a family member, friend, mentor, author, or celebrity. Just be sure that you can back your answer and prove why you consider that person to be the smartest. If you can relate your response to an influencer in your industry, that's the best way to approach this question. A great way to keep this conversation going would be to ask the interviewer the same matter in the end.

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    22.

    If you could start your career over again, what direction would you take?

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      As you likely know heading into your interview, Google is one of the most innovative companies in the world when it comes to appreciating and taking care of their employees. Google is all about getting to know their employees and learning what drives them in their work. During an interview, a hiring manager will be able to tell a lot about your personality by learning about your other career interests. As you prepare to answer a question like this, there is no right or wrong answer and many directions that you can take your answer. You can shed some insight into your personality and personal life by talking about a dream job that you've always had. You can also steer your answer towards Google and tech in general to show your true passion for the industry.

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    What excites you the most about the potential to become a Googler?

      How to Answer

      As part of the fun and active Google workplace culture, it is important to know that the staff members at Google are referred to as 'Googlers.' By tossing this question your way, your interviewer wants to hear you speak with passion and conviction about what you are most looking forward to in being employed by Google. You obviously have the chance here to take your answer any way that you want, so don't hesitate to be creative. If you feel you've done a good enough job discussing your qualifications for the role you are interviewing for, don't hesitate to talk about the Google commitments or crazy culture and way of life at Google. If you feel you need to reiterate your skillset further for your interview, you can take your answer in that direction as well. No matter how you answer, be sure that your interviewer fully sees the excitement you have about this opportunity with Google.

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    We seek to hire highly ambitious people. Where would you like your career with Google take you?

      How to Answer

      According to some people, it can be a challenge to climb the proverbial ladder at Google, but that's not to say that you would remain stagnant in this position with the organization. With having so many dynamic teams and opportunities, there are certainly plenty of opportunities to grow and develop over your career with Google. Prior to your interview, take some time to put some serious thought into your career goals and ambitions. At the same time, be sure to research the Google teams and where you could see your ambitions fitting in the most and talk openly with your interviewer about your career goals.

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  • General

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    In your opinion, what has been the biggest advancement in technology this past year?

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      Google is on a mission to organize the world's information and make it universally accessible and useful to all people. To do this, Google has been and continues to be very innovative in the technologies that they put to market. To get an overall sense of your interest in the advancements of technology, your interviewer is proposing this question to you. Display to your interviewer that you have an invested interest in the technology industry by discussing your thoughts on recent advancements. If needed, don't hesitate to do some research ahead of your interview so you can speak to this question knowledgeably.

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  • General

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    What do you consider to be your greatest work-related accomplishment?

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      With this question, your interviewer wants to gain a sense of your values and personal motivation because your accomplishments can say something about both of those. They're also looking for concrete evidence of your competency as they consider you for this role at Google. A successful answer will highlight your passion for your work and the aspects that give you fulfillment. Be sure to mention any accolade or outcome that directly followed this accomplishment. Assure your interviewer that you continue to set career goals in the field and would continue to do so in this new opportunity at Google.

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  • General

    27.

    How would you rate your performance in this interview so far?

      How to Answer

      If asked this question during your interview, your interviewer at Google is looking for you to give an honest assessment of your interview to this point and to clarify if you are satisfied with your interview performance. If your interview were a flop, you would know, and it's much better to address outright your performance than try to sweep it under the rug. Conversely, if you feel your interview is going well, you can surely express your confidence to your interviewer.

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  • General

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    How do you define success in the work that you do?

      How to Answer

      How success is measured on the job can come down to many different factors. In asking this question, your interviewer is looking to get some insight into what would drive you and motivate you in the work that you would be performing in this role with Google. Prior to your interview, try to put some thought into what success means to you. Tell your interviewer how you see success and be sure to tie your answer into the success that you plan to bring to the Google team if you were to be offered this job.

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  • General

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    We encourage innovation at Google. What would innovation mean to you in this role here?

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      As you research Google prior to applying and interviewing with them, you'll find that they have eight principles of innovation that they use to create a culture of innovation at their company. These principles include:

      1. Think 10x
      2. Launch, then keep listening
      3. Share everything you can
      4. Hire the right people
      5. Use the 70/20/10 model
      6. Look for ideas everywhere
      7. Use data, not opinions
      8. Focus on users, not the competition

      In proposing a question on innovation during your time with them, your interviewer will be looking to hear you talk about how you feel you can live any of these principles in the role that you are interviewing for with Google. As you answer, don't hesitate to give an example of a time that you utilized one or two of their principles to be innovative in your past.

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  • Leadership

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    At Google, we seek to hire natural leaders. What leadership skills and qualities would you bring to this role?

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      Google's mission to unite the world through information while providing a world-class work environment takes true leadership skills and capabilities from every team member. In asking this question, your interviewer is looking to hear you talk about any leadership experiences and skills that you would bring to their team if hired for this position. Whether you are interviewing for an actual leadership titled position or not makes no difference when asked this question. Your interviewer wants to hear how you can be a natural leader if hired as part of their team.

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  • Operational

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    If hired for this role at Google, how long will it take you to make a meaningful contribution to our team?

      How to Answer

      Ideally, your interviewer would like to know that you are prepared to contribute to this role at Google right away. If you were to be a successful candidate, put some serious thought into how you would be able to make a viable contribution to the company upon starting. Talk to your interviewer about your plan to create a fast impact in this role by thoroughly reading the job description and matching your skills and experiences for the job.

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    Describe your communication style. How will it benefit you in this job with Google?

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      Effective communication is critical in ensuring that cross-functional teams at Google are working towards a unified mission. At some point during your time with them, your interviewer will be looking to get a sense of how effectively you communicate. As you answer, describe how you lead conversations with subject matter experts, cross-functional stakeholders, team members, and customers. Your interviewer will ideally want to hear that your communication style fits well in the overall Google culture and environment.

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    Google hosts hundreds of university outreach events to find top talent. How would you "sell" Google to a talented graduate?

      How to Answer

      Coming into this interview, you may think that everyone wants to work for Google. When it comes to the employment of recent top graduates in their field, the competition can be stiff for potential employers. If this question is posed during your interview, there is a good chance that you may have the opportunity to represent Google at college recruitment events and your interview wants to hear how you would sell Google as a great employer. Keep your answer to the point, exciting, and full of fun facts related to working for Google.

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    How would you explain Google Ads to someone unfamiliar with online advertising?

      How to Answer

      The better you understand a concept, the easier it is to explain it. With this question, your interviewer is testing to see how well you know the idea of Google Ads. Google Ads is one of the primary sources of revenue for the organization and they have completely shifted the thought process for advertising moving forward in an online world. From a 10,000 foot perspective, Google Ads can target customized advertisements to searchers based on keywords that they use within their search. Prior to your interview, be sure to do some quick reading on the overall concept of Google Ads and come to your interview prepared to explain them in Layman's terms.

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    We consider research to be the backbone of what we do at Google. Do you think it's important to conduct research before beginning a project or would you rather jump right in?

      How to Answer

      Talk to your interviewer about your work habits and the way in which you prefer to approach a new project. If you have a sense of how Google prefers to approach the work in the role that you are interviewing for, you should discuss that method. For instance, if your interviewer tells you that they prefer extensive research before beginning a project, that is your queue to talk about your excellent research skills. Carefully reading the job description prior to your interview will help you to answer this question.

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