"We're in 50 states and more recently Washington, D.C.," said marketing manager Soo Young Kim.
You can get to google all over the world, but its "Get Your Business Online" division was in Roanoke today at the Taubman Museum.
Representative Bob Goodlatte helped bring the team to Roanoke to help local businesses get their feet wet online.
"97-percent of Internet users are looking for products and services and local products and services online and in Virginia only 45 percent of local businesses have a website," Kim added.
It was evident. The afternoon session was underway at 12:30 and there was still a line of business owners to the door trying to get in.
"I know how to run the business, I just don't know how to run the business online. I don't know how to start a business online," said Pablo Torres, who owns a perfume store in Lynchburg.
"It's almost imperative to get one. Nobody has a phone book anymore, everybody goes online to research. We just try to keep up with the times and try to give us a presence online for people to find us," said Fred Foti who owns a business that maintains all things petroleum distribution.
The two events lasted all day. The next stop for the google team: Northern Virginia tomorrow.