Michael Lotfi is a Persian-American political analyst and adviser living in Nashville, Tennessee. Lotfi is the founder and CEO of BrandFire Consulting LLC. The firm specializes in public and private technology centered brand development, lead generation, data aggregation, online fundraising, social media, advertising, content generation, public relations, constituency management systems, print and more. Lotfi is the former executive state director for the Tennessee Tenth Amendment Center, a think-tank focused on restraining federal overreach.
Lotfi graduated with top honors from Belmont University, a private Christian university located in Nashville, Tennessee.
We’ve all done it. Whether we are searching our own names to see what comes up, or simply laughing at the search results, Google can be quite entertaining. Google commands the internet. In fact, one could even argue that Google is the internet.
According to Alexa, a leading web analytics company, on average users spend almost 18 minutes a day on Google, making it the number one visited site in the world. The amount of data processed by Google in a single day is astronomical. The tech giant processes more than 20 petabytes in a single day. That’s 20,000,000,000,000,000 bytes of data a day. Impressive right? Not so fun fact, only the NSA singularly touches more data than Google. The NSA touches 29.21 petabytes, or 29,210,000,000,000,000 bytes of data a day.
So, when all that data is processed and arranged these are the results for some of the most talked about politicians in Washington. Your search results may slightly vary.