Why Google Doesn’t Want You To “Google” – Things You Might Not Know

Although it’s become the popular way to tell people to look something up on the internet, you cannot, in fact, “google” something. Today on “Things You Might Not Know with ThinkSoJoE,” find out why Google doesn’t want you to “Google.”


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