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SQU Data is a website for collecting and sharing data about online information resources — for SQU (Standard Questions & Utilities) analysis.

The development of this information sharing platform is taking place via Query News — for more information and to participate, please see query.news.blog

At the moment we suggest two approaches to SQU (Standard Questions & Utilities) data:

  • Query SQU: holding the query / question constant, analyze the results of the Utility variable
  • Utility SQU: holding the utility constant, analyze the results of the query / question variable

At this early stage, we have done 1 trial run of each SQU (“Query SQU” & “Utility SQU”). These are extremely rudimentary, and we welcome comments (and pingbacks, in case you publish corresponding results). We will also create a separate post you can link to (and we will publish pingbacks there, too) should you yourself try new experiments with SQU data formats.

Thank you for your interest!

What are 10-foot poles used for? (2021-12-16)

Query: What are 10-foot poles used for?

Bing

What are 10-foot poles used for?
Utility SQU: Bing (“What are 10-foot poles used for?”)

DuckDuckGo

What are 10-foot poles used for?
Utility SQU: DuckDuckGo (“What are 10-foot poles used for?”)

Google

What are 10-foot poles used for?
Utility SQU: Google (“What are 10-foot poles used for?”)

WordPress

What are 10-foot poles used for?
Utility SQU: WordPress (“What are 10-foot poles used for?”)

YouTube

What are 10-foot poles used for?
Utility SQU: YouTube (“What are 10-foot poles used for?”)

Notes

  • Trial run
  • Future iterations should include HTML copy of SERP

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