When you’re Google, you have the benefit of owning a website that gets more hits on a single page than any other website on the internet, which is the homepage of Google.com. And the search engine giant has taken full advantage of this prime real estate to promote its new Android tablet, the Google Nexus 7. The Android tablet has been selling well, and has been getting great reviews thus far. Pricing was a no-brainer, in my opinion, because Google had to look no further than Amazon’s Kindle Fire (priced at $199 brand new, and currently as low as $150 used) to figure out what it needed to price it’s own 7 inch tablet at. Heck, even Amazon doesn’t have the luxury that Google has of being able to run an ad on the front page of Google.com. But it’s not only the Nexus 7 tablet that’s getting the ad exposure, it’s also Google’s Play store where you have access to all the content. Just like with Amazon’s Kindle Fire, Google realizes that the profits are not in the hardware or the device, but in the content itself. And if you can provide large scale, high quality content to accompany a fast running tablet, then you have a recipe for success – again, as we’ve seen already from Amazon. Can’t wait to get some initial sales figures!