Google business model (2021-12-16)

Queries: Google Business Model

How much money does Google make when I ask it a question?

How much money does Google make when I ask it a question?
Query SQU: Google (“How much money does Google make when I ask it a question?”)

Does the amount of money Google makes when I ask it a question depend on the answer I select?

Does the amount of money Google makes when I ask it a question depend on the answer I select?
Query SQU: Google (“Does the amount of money Google makes when I ask it a question depend on the answer I select?”)

Does the amount of money Google makes when I ask it a question depend on the answer I click on?

Does the amount of money Google makes when I ask it a question depend on the answer I click on?
Query SQU: Google (“Does the amount of money Google makes when I ask it a question depend on the answer I click on?”)

Does the amount of money Google makes when I ask it a question depend on the result I select?

Does the amount of money Google makes when I ask it a question depend on the result I select?
Query SQU: Google (“Does the amount of money Google makes when I ask it a question depend on the result I select?”)

Does the amount of money Google makes when I ask it a question depend on the result I click on?

Does the amount of money Google makes when I ask it a question depend on the result I click on?
Query SQU: Google (“Does the amount of money Google makes when I ask it a question depend on the result I click on?”)

Who pays the money which Google makes when I ask it a question?

Who pays the money which Google makes when I ask it a question?
Query SQU: Google (“Who pays the money which Google makes when I ask it a question?”)

If I don’t choose an answer when I ask Google a question, does the company still make money (e.g. by showing me “ads”? or preferred media [thereby branding the medium as a high-quality answer]?)

If I don't choose an answer when I ask Google a question, does the company still make money (e.g. by showing me "ads"? or preferred media [thereby branding the medium as a high-quality answer]?)
Query SQU: Google (“If I don’t choose an answer when I ask Google a question, does the company still make money (e.g. by showing me “ads”? or preferred media [thereby branding the medium as a high-quality answer]?)”)

If I don’t choose a result when I ask Google a question, does the company still make money (e.g. by showing me “ads”? or preferred media [thereby branding the medium as a high-quality result]?)

If I don't choose a result when I ask Google a question, does the company still make money (e.g. by showing me "ads"? or preferred media [thereby branding the medium as a high-quality result]?)?
Query SQU: Google (“If I don’t choose a result when I ask Google a question, does the company still make money (e.g. by showing me “ads”? or preferred media [thereby branding the medium as a high-quality result]?)?”)

If I don’t select an answer when I ask Google a question, does the company still make money (e.g. by showing me “ads”? or preferred media [thereby branding the medium as a high-quality answer?)

If I don't select an answer when I ask Google a question, does the company still make money (e.g. by showing me "ads"? or preferred media [thereby branding the medium as a high-quality answer?)
Query SQU: Google (“If I don’t select an answer when I ask Google a question, does the company still make money (e.g. by showing me “ads”? or preferred media [thereby branding the medium as a high-quality answer?)”)

If I don’t select a result when I ask Google a question, does the company still make money (e.g. by showing me “ads”? or preferred media [thereby branding the medium as a high-quality result]?)

If I don't select a result when I ask Google a question, does the company still make money (e.g. by showing me "ads"? or preferred media [thereby branding the medium as a high-quality result]?)
Query SQU: Google (“If I don’t select a result when I ask Google a question, does the company still make money (e.g. by showing me “ads”? or preferred media [thereby branding the medium as a high-quality result]?)”)

Notes

  • This was a trial run
  • Some questions were (probably too) complex
  • Typos galore 😯
  • Future iterations should include archiving an HTML copy of the SERP

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