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Google opent betaalsite

21 APRIL 2002
Google heeft zojuist een betaalsite geopend, Google Answers. Researchers beantwoorden live vragen van gebruikers voor een bedrag van $4 tot $50.

Elke vraag die in nummers of woorden kan worden beantwoord, is welkom, zo laat een woordvoerder van Google aan Voelspriet weten. Iedereen die de vragenprocedure doorloopt, is altijd $ 0.50 kwijt, ook al besluit hij of zij alsnog geen antwoord te kopen.

Driekwart van de opbrengst gaat naar de researcher zelf. Slimme zoekers kunnen zich vanaf nu aanmelden bij de zoekmachine en krijgen vijf testvragen voorgeschoteld, zie ook de FAQ. Ook Nederlandse zoekdeskundigen zijn welkom om mee te doen, zo laat Google aan Voelspriet weten. Ze worden uitbetaald bij een opbrengst van $ 50 of meer. Google heeft voor aankomende researchers een uitgebreide manual  geschreven.

Vragenstellers die ontevreden zijn met het antwoord, kunnen volgens Google hun geld terug krijgen. Google heeft al eens eerder geprobeerd geld te vragen voor researchvragen, maar dat bleef beperkt tot een kleinschalig experiment.


INFORMATIE VAN GOOGLE ZELF:

Google's search engine is a great way to find information online. But sometimes even Eexperienced users need help finding exactly the answer they want to a question. Google Answers is a way to get that help from Researchers with expertise in online searching. When you post a question to Google Answers, you specify how much you're willing to pay for an answer and how quickly you need that information. A Researcher will search for the answer and send you the information you're seeking, as well as useful links to web pages on the topic. If you're satisfied with that answer, you pay the amount you specified.

Your question will also be published on the Google Answers website so registered users can add their insights and share in the benefit of the research. Users who provide comments will not be paid for their posts, but they may add interesting perspectives to the data gathered by the Researcher. Your identity and personal information will not be revealed to either the Researcher or the community of registered users at any time; instead you will be identified only by a 'Nickname' that you select.

While our Researchers will do their best to help with every request, some questions simply don't have clear answers (e.g., "Should I have married my high school sweetheart?"). And sometimes, what a Questioner is willing to pay is too little to justify the time commitment required for an answer. It's also possible the answer to your question is simply not available online. If you do receive an answer, but are not satisfied with it, you can first request additional research through an "Answer Clarification" request. If still unsatisfied, you can request to have your question reposted for a new answer, you can apply for a refund and you can give the answer a poor rating.

You can ask any question that can be answered with words or numbers. And you can revise your question or edit it at any time as long as it is not 'locked' because it is being worked on by a Researcher. Most askers are looking for a specific piece of information like, "How much tea was sold in China last year?" or "Why is the sky blue?". Our Researchers are not necessarily experts in the field related to your question, but they are experts in locating hard to find information on the web. If the answer to your question is online, chances are pretty good they'll find it. Keep in mind that Google Answers is not a substitute for professional advice or services, nor will we knowingly provide answers to assist in illegal activities. We reserve the right to delete questions on a case-by-case basis if they do not comply with our editorial policy and guidelines for "Proper Use," as specified in our Terms of Service at https://answers.google.com/answers/termsofservice.html.

There is a non-refundable listing fee of $0.50 per question plus an additional 'price' you set for your question that reflects how much you're willing to pay for an answer. At present, that price can be as low as $4 or as high as $50. If you decide you are willing to pay more for an answer after setting your price, you can increase the amount anytime your question is not 'locked' (being actively worked on by a Researcher). You'll only be charged the price you set when and if your question is answered to your satisfaction. However, there is a non-refundable listing fee of $0.50 that is charged even if your question is not answered.

The more research required to find an answer, the more you should offer. Three-quarters of your research fee goes directly to the Researcher who answers your question; the other 25 percent is used by Google to support the service. Setting a price too low to compensate for the time required may result in your question not receiving an answer. The more you are willing to pay, the more likely your question is to get answered quickly.

If you are not fully satisfied with your answer for whatever reason, the first step is to request a clarification of your answer from the original Researcher. If you are still dissatisfied after clarification, you can request your question be re-posted once again. If you receive a second answer and are still not satisfied, you may apply for a full refund, less the non-refundable $0.50 listing fee, using our refund request form. Finally, you can give the Researcher a poor rating. If you want a refund, you'll be asked to explain why you were unsatisfied with your answer, and this information, along with the question and returned answer, will be posted on the Google Answers website. Google grants full refunds for all reasonable requests.


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