In Nepal, Google Adwords has struggled to compete against the likes of Facebook and Twitter in the country, but it still enjoys strong support from the Nepalese government.
As a result, the company’s stock is up more than 200% over the past year.
But Google’s search engine also continues to struggle against the internet giants in the region.
For example, Google’s popularity in Nepal is still a very strong one, as it is the second largest search engine in the world, behind only Yahoo.
Google’s popularity is the result of its ability to reach the Nepali market through the web.
In Nepal in 2016, there were more than 12.8 million websites in Nepal, which is around the same as in the US.
With so many websites available in the Kathmanduan region, Google was able to make money from the country.
But the company has struggled with the growth of the internet in Nepal over the last few years.
The country’s economy is also struggling to keep up with the massive growth in online traffic.
In 2017, there was a total of 1.9 billion visitors in Nepal.
This figure is up from 1.6 billion in 2017.
So, as Google’s business in Nepal continues to suffer from the growth in internet traffic, the search engine company is facing a growing problem with its advertising revenue.
In 2017, Google paid $5 million to an American advertising agency, according to Quartz.
The company was also granted $50 million to settle a class action lawsuit in 2017 in which the company was accused of misleading users about its AdSense platform.
Google has been facing a lot of criticism from Nepali social media users for not offering better advertising services in the state.
While some companies are doing a better job of serving the Nepalas needs in the digital world, other companies, like Google, are still struggling with online advertising revenue in Nepal and its impact on its economy.
“We’re always working on the right platform, and we’re still learning and improving,” says Google CEO Sundar Pichai in an interview with Quartz.
“We’re looking at how we can better compete with our peers, and the opportunities are there.”
For Google, the challenge facing its advertising business is that Nepali internet users are used to seeing ads from Google.
In the past, Nepali users were often more than happy to click on the adverts of the online search giant, even if they were fake.
That was because Google’s algorithms used a different set of rules to detect whether or not an ad was genuine.
Google has also tried to increase the quality of the ads it is offering in Nepal through the introduction of artificial intelligence into its advertising algorithms.
In 2016, Google started to use AI to rank ads for users based on how well they interact with them.
Google is also working to increase its online advertising in the province of Nepal by offering more free advertising to help businesses get their business started.
But these efforts have been slow to pay off.
According to Quartz, Google is facing an uphill battle in getting its ads to reach a large number of Nepali web users.
The ad network is also getting squeezed by the cost of delivering ads.
Google has struggled financially in the past due to its large number in the market.
The problem has also gotten worse in recent years.
According to the World Bank, the country’s per capita income has fallen by nearly 10% in the last five years.
With the shrinking economy, Nepal’s economy has also struggled to maintain a solid online presence.
Pichai has also acknowledged that it will take time to solve this problem.
“In a way, we have the technology and we have to learn from this,” Pichaisaid in an exclusive interview with CNBC.
Despite all the problems facing Google AdSense in Nepal in 2017, the CEO believes that Google is still able to survive in the future.
The future for Google in Nepal depends on the growth and popularity of the Nepalis online advertising market.
For now, Google continues to be a strong player in the online advertising space in Nepal as the company enjoys a strong user base in the area.
However, Google still faces challenges when it comes to finding a sustainable business model.
It is difficult for the company to build its business in the Nepalian market and still maintain a successful online presence, Pichay said.
But as Google is faced with growing internet traffic in Nepal to the extent that it can no longer afford to keep advertising revenue, the future for the search giant is looking very bleak.
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