By Brian RiedelGoogle is about to become a lot less organic.
According to a new report by market research firm Euromonitor, the company is about 20% less profitable than it was last year.
The company’s share price is up nearly 8% so far this year, but it’s down more than 5% from its peak in 2015.
In 2017, Google reported revenue of $3.75 billion, down from $4.16 billion a year ago.
That’s down from the $4 billion a quarter ago, which was up from $3 billion in 2017.
The report comes as Google is on the verge of rolling out a number of changes to its organic marketing program.
One of them is a change that will see the company eliminate the use of organic materials and replace them with artificial ones.
The changes include eliminating the use and sale of Google’s popular “Bing” advertising network, which relies heavily on the Google AdWords service.
Google also wants to change how the company sells organic material in its ads.
The organic materials changes will impact Google AdSense, which makes up more than half of Google Adsense’s revenue.
The company said it will be rolling out new advertising programs that use only organic materials to promote Google products.
In addition, Google will stop selling ads that include ads with the keywords “organic” or “organic,” according to the report.
The Google ads in question are those that feature “organic meat” or other organic ingredients.
These ads are used to target ads at a specific demographic group.
In a blog post, the search giant said the changes would be rolled out in early 2018.
Google also plans to make its AdWords inventory more efficient by reducing the amount of space used to store organic ads, as well as making it easier for advertisers to target their ads on Google’s platform.
It’s unclear how many advertisers will benefit from these changes.
The new changes will be phased in over time, according to a company statement.
Google said it plans to spend $6.3 billion on its organic advertising program next year, which is about 7% more than it spent last year, according of the report from Euromonitors.
The market research company noted that Google will also reduce its investment in research and development, which accounted for roughly 70% of its revenue in 2016.
It also noted that it plans not to spend any more money on the research and analytics division, which includes the AdSense system, which helps Google generate revenue from organic ads.