Google Interview Questions

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Ryan Brunner has over ten years of experience recruiting, interviewing, and hiring candidates in the healthcare, public service, and private manufacturing/distribution industries.

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What is your favorite Google product?

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    What is your favorite Google product?

      How to Answer

      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.

      Ryan's Answer

      "While I own a Pixel, a Chromebook and have a Gmail account, I would have to say that my favorite Google product is Google Earth. We use Earth to teach our children about the wonderful places around the globe and love the detailed images that we can see of great places like the Grand Canyon and the Great Wall of China."

      Rachelle's Answer

      "Well, choosing just one is awfully tough for me. I am an active user of many Google products. Of course, I use Google Chrome, and I use your search engine multiple times per day. In the end, I would have to say that my favorite product is Google Maps as I am on the road and heading to an unfamiliar place frequently. Maps really save me time and energy with its great user interface and accurate mapping."

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      Anonymous Answer

      "It's hard to pick just one, but if I had to, I would have to go with Google Maps. "It has become a constant advisor in the past decade, and even when I know my way, I use it to keep me alert to any issues along my route. On a geeky technical level, I always find myself designing parts of it in my head, like the traffic and speed determination system. I find that very intriguing."

      Rachelle's Answer

      Very cool! You are so right - Google Maps is a staple for most people these days. Your answer is highly engaged and interesting - well done.

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