If Jim Cramer were running the Internet, he would redesign the online service world and cash in on Google's weakness right now.
"The natural buyer for every major online service vertical has left the building, and it's time for other companies to step up if they want to be relevant on the web," the "Mad Money" host said.
Just think about it—right now Google runs everything. And most individuals of importance in the restaurant, travel, entertainment and real estate business have figured out that Google is going to either create a service that competes with them, or buy the one that they use.
The good news is that Cramer sees a unique opportunity to cash in on Google's weakness.
Right now, Google is under such tough scrutiny from regulators, that the competition has a chance to make a move and get ahead of the Internet giant before it even makes a move to acquire the competition. Perhaps now is the time for Microsoft or Yahoo to make a move?