Google may be a very good search engine, but Google also has it's flaws. When you type in a question on Google you might get an off topic or many off topic choices, plus there's a lot of false information on Google. That is the best I can explain why they choose to ask on Ask.com. I hope this was helpful.
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'' Google '' MAY Be A Very Good Search Website , But '' Google '' Also Has It's Flaw's ( And '' Ask '' Doesn't ( = . ) When You Type In A Question On '' Google'' , There Are SO Many Choice's That You May Get SideTracked That You'll Forget What You're Looking For , And You Get Answer's From Real People On '' Ask '' And Not On '' Google '' . I Hope This Was Helpful ( = . - Maddie .
It works better for some questions and it can be more convenient than looking threw sites for what you wanted and with personal questions having real people you won't ever have to talk to I real life is better because there isn't fear of judgement
No-there are some questions that would be better looked up on google. Like how high is such and such a mountain-if the person can type the question in here, they can google it easier-there's just ONE answer for so many of these silly questions, but today's kids would rather have someone else do the "work" for them! Now when it comes to individual choices or experiences, yes, ask in here-google can't really help you with info on a girlfriend's behavior, but WE can. I just hate to see how lazy these kids are! Generations of people found their answers without google or Ask-what, people don't talk face to face any more about the things that they're asking on here instead?