New Infographic Analyzes How a Super-Villain Would Spend Google's $50.2 Billion in Revenue Google has long-held the motto "don't be evil," but what if their $50.2 billion in revenue made it into the wrong hands? This hand-drawn, comic-book-style infographic from Customer Magnetism takes a look at what would happen if a super-villain got a hold of that money.
VIRGINIA BEACH, Va., July 8, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- In this hand-drawn, comic book-style infographic, Customer Magnetism explores what could happen if a super villain got a hold of Google's 2012 revenue. From buying a secret submarine lair in Norway, to a crew of robot butlers serving up diamond martinis, to Facebook, and even equipping hammer-head sharks with laser fins, all of the items and their prices are based on reality (though the labor costs involved in getting lasers on the sharks might raise the price quite a bit).
In fact, theoretically spending 50.2 billion dollars in a year, even for a super-villain, would be so difficult that a remaining $4.4 billion would need to be stacked four feet high in $100 bills to create a Scrooge McDuck-like money pool.
The full infographic, including a poster-sized printable version can be found on Customer Magnetism's site: http://www.customermagnetism.com/infographics/how-a-super-villain-would-spend-googles-revenue/
About Customer Magnetism: Located in Virginia Beach, Virginia, Customer Magnetism (http://www.customermagnetism.com/) is an award winning, full-service digital marketing agency that offers a wide variety of inbound marketing services, specializing in creating engaging and magnetic content such as infographics.
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