Search engine giant Google reported a 32 percent year-over-year increase in revenue on Thursday.
The Mountain View, California-based company reported $9.03 billion in revenue for its second fiscal quarter after paying out the ad commissions and other bills.
The total income for the second quarter came in at $2.51 billion, which jumped up from $1.84 billion in the same quarter in 2010. The company announced that the number of ads clicked increased to 18 percent for the quarter and nearly 97 percent of Google’s revenue for the quarter was ad-generated.
Both DoubleClick and YouTube, which are owned by Google, also helped in the company’s revenue increase in the quarter and now the search engine giant hopes to see more increase via Google+.
Google+, at the moment, is at its beta stage and already has about 10 million users, the macobserver reported.