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- Google Answers is a waste of time and money
- Google Answers Fails
September 3, 2003, 12:32 am
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I don't care how you value the abilities of researchers, I am only
with the effectiveness of the advice.
I didn't have an anticipated response. My approach was to trust the
researcher and implement their advice. My trust was misplaced.
See point 1 above
No, not really. I know this because I rewrote(to clarify) many of the
implemented over half of them. Since you did not do the same, you
have the same insights into the actual clarity of the answer.
If by this, you think the answer was useful, you are mistaken. In fact
implementing the answer, much time and some money was wasted.
>To not compensate him accordingly would
You are correct. The proper compensation would be for me to be paid
lost time and money.
Until receiving this email, I still felt some obligation to the
by chance, some of the unimplemented ideas worked; however, by helping
clarify the net effect of implementing a google answers response, I
understand that bad advice is worse than no advice. My assumption that
advice paid for is worth more than free advice is incorrect.
Since implementating most of the offered answers; wesite sales have
to $0.00. Once again, after following the answer, spending over 90
$150.00 I have achieved the net effect of eliminating all my web
I have reconsidered my refund request, and would like double my money