QleeQ Sense ™ Best practice - Aspirin and Healthiness

People are using the Internet as a source for Data and sometime Information. The one important thing lacking is the Wisdom. 

Enter QleeQ Sense ™
QleeQ is analysing the Data on the Internet, process it into Information and provides Knowledge and Wisdom (the QleeQ's DIKW model).

In order to demonstrate it, below is an example of best practice with QleeQ's DIKW model that provides wisdom on Aspirin and Diseases, for the benefit of the people.
The below is merely a suggestion, you can try different type of QleeQ's Wisdom – you can QleeQ type it at www.QleeQ.com or use the links below each query.

1.Verify Aspirin is well known in QleeQ's Wisdom database (AKA Qdb) -
QleeQ type: Aspirin and click the Sense it button

2. Now let's see what is the relation between Aspirin and Cancer – can it prevent it?
QleeQ type: Aspirin may prevent Cancer

3. After you've verified Aspirin with Cancer, let's check the same with Heart attacks -
QleeQ type: Aspirin May Prevent Heart Attacks

4. We got Cancer and Heart attacks covered, now let's have it checked for a Stroke -
QleeQ type: Aspirin is a Treatment for Stroke

5.You can also check the general opinion / Recommendation about Aspirin
QleeQ type: I Recommend Aspirin

6. Now, it's your turn. Use QleeQ Wisdom to verify Aspirin (or any kind of medicine) can assist you
QleeQ type: Aspirin is a Treatment for

QleeQ wishes you all the best and strong health.
e-Talk Soon!

QleeQ Sharp Sense™ or Q#

QleeQ ™ is proud to present QleeQ Sharp Sense™ or Q#
While QleeQ Sense ™ is gaining traction from locations all over the world, our R&D (research and development) and Algorithms teams has been working relentlessly on Q#, which is now been deployed in Alpha mode.

In the current mode QleeQ ™ is operating, user enters a query in a Natural Language and in a press of a button receives a score which is ranked on a scale from 0 to 100%. the scale is colored red-grey-green.

The result will present the Internet's Common opinion about the term entered

Now, if that term presents a statement that has an actual Positive or Negative meaning, thus QleeQ Sharp Sensing ™ will detect it and will return, when activated, the result of the Internet's Common Opinion about that term minus the opposite meaning of the term!

Example –

However, activating QleeQ Sharp Sensing ™ will take into account the Opposite of the term in all its various meanings.

Try it and see for yourself – type in QleeQ.com ##I Love America or use that link to test it immediately in QleeQ

Dan Schamir


QleeQ Year Sensing ™ or Q~ (QleeQ Time)

QleeQ is proud to intoroduce yet another exiting feature to better get Year oriented results more accurately.

QleeQ Year Sensing enable users to receive the Mindtense (the QleeQ Sense Scale result) according to the desired year, by adding the special ~~ idiom before the year.
For example, QleeQ Sensing – Spain won the world cup will return the general impression on that Sensetence, while writing Spain won the world cup~~2010 will possibly return a different result (much higher in that example)

Go ahead and try it –
  1. the Sensetence that is in its natural form

Please note – this feature may require QleeQ to process the data longer, thus may result in a slight longer response time.

Dan Schamir


QleeQ - Sensing the Internet for Wisdom

Hi there,
Yet another post about and from QleeQ – Sensing the Internet for Wisdom.
I wanted to give you some interesting Hot queries that people have entered in our system lately. You can check them out at www.QleeQ.com

Israel has nuclear weapons
God exist
God does not exist
Caffeine is good
Caffeine is bad
Obama is a good president
Obama is a bad president
Vaccination cause Autism
Jerusalem is the capital of Israel
UFOs are real
Running Burn 100 calories per mile
Antabuse is a treatment for alcoholism
Asbestos cause cancer
Black BMW is pretty
Britney Spears is Sexy
Celine Dion is pregnant with twins
Lady Gaga Lesbian
Cigarettes are bad
Cigarettes are good
Coca Cola is bad
Crisis continues 2010
Crisis end 2010
Elvis is alive
Elvis is dead
Enviga Calorie Burn
Facebook is a Sin
Fast food cause obesity
I love Israel
iPhone 4 Loses Reception
Lenovo is the best laptop
Mcdonalds causes cancer
Mcdonalds food causes healthiness
Michael Jordan best NBA player
Mineral water is a risk for baby
Muslims are not terrorists
Obama win the Nobel prize
HP is innovative
Toyota cars are safe
coffee kill snails


10 most difficult questions by Ask.com

Hi there,
Today, Ask.com has posted the 10 most hard questions that are impossible to answer on. Well, QleeQ can!

We take the Internet as our knowledge base and answer those questions.
Try us - at www.QleeQ.com and get a prompt answer to what is the common opinion of the Internet about, say - GOD
ask us - 
Now, what do you think?

Dan Schamir
QleeQ, CEO founder


So what is QleeQ?

QleeQ Overview

QleeQ, with a patent pending idea, is developing a Product that is Ranking the Web, Sensing the most suitable web opinion on the user’s Sensetence and quickly presenting a simple scale that the user will be able to read in-a-glace. QleeQ won the first prize in the Israeli Startup Weekend voted by IBM, Google, Genesis Partners, Gemini, SIT (an innovation advocate company), the Startup Weekend management (Israeli and general) and others.

Search engines, Social Media and Wikis gather the Web or vertical market of the web and either present overwhelming number of results for the user to surf and decide, or presents a small oriented experts that try to solve Pure Facts Knowledge or best cases. In either way the user has to decide if the answer is correct and is suitable for him and spend time in both waiting for an answer or surf all the sites, blogs and wikis to find the opinion. Many companies (like News agencies, Commerce and others) invest a lot of efforts (time and money) to verify the most common opinion on its interesting Sensetences. The expenses users and companies made are in their core and non-core activities; hence carry implementation and maintenance costs.
Many surveys and researches were conducted about the mass information over the Web and to make it even more complicated, the Web 2.0 created a long tail of knowledge providers (blogs, websites, forums, social media etc.) thus making the information extraction a challenge. QleeQ solves this issue by presenting a user-friendly Scale to orient the user to the correct opinion.

Need QleeQ
Consumer problem #1 is to have a Credible Information Easily and Immediately based on his own interests with minimum efforts. Current tools make consumers and companies spend time and money researching and analyzing data in the overwhelming data on the web.

QleeQ Products
Digital Web Sense that enables users to enter their most interesting sentence (we call it Sensetence) and receive automatically and immediately a one-line, Red-Gray-Green scale, rank 0-100% of what is the common opinion on the web on it. A Sensetence can include – Thoughts, Opinion, Hobbies, Facts, none Facts, and actually all the interesting stuff the user has in mind.
The QleeQ True product will be issued in the future

QleeQ Mission
QleeQ Near-term mission statement is to Rank a User sentence according to a common opinion, based on digital Information Sources. QleeQ refers to the USER’s sentence as Sensetence and presents at a glance – in a Red-Gray-Green scale – an answer to “Other people are thinking that…”. The Rank is a number between 0 and 100%.

QleeQ is actually sensing the Web for the user’s opinion - Sensetence - thus saves time and efforts utilizing search engines, Wikis and knowledge bases. The rank is based on both Linguistic and Semantic engines. The business process is that a User shares his Sensetence, QleeQ’s algorithm goes into action and an answer is presented on the scale. Later the user is able to share his Sensetence on Facebook, Google Buzz, LinkedIn, Twitter, and other social media. It is actually a reverse angel of social media’s question “What’s on your mind?”

QleeQ Long-term mission statement is to become the Credibility Authority of Information on the web by Providing Credibility Ranking of User Phrases based on Digital Information Sources and to Allow users to have a Rating and Ranking of a desired information.
All Rights Reserved to QleeQ

by, Dan Schamir
QleeQ, CEO founder


WOM - Word of Mouth, is it still relevant?

WOM - Word of Mouth is an old-new approach for spreading the Word about your business out. This approach is relying heavily (almost solely) on friends. Your Facebook friends? Your Twitter friends? Your LinkedIn friends? well, all of them. You think you know them? think again.

Yet, in this environment populated by marketers, consumers are becoming more skeptical. A 2010 study by PR firm Edelman showed that the number of people who view their friends as credible sources of brand recommendations has dropped 20 percent since 2008. 

Only 25 percent of respondents said they believed their networks

One explanation behind this trend, Advertising Age suggests, is that consumers are increasingly concerned that customer evangelism might not be as genuine, after all. Today,people approach positive reviews and posts with skepticism because they expect the so-called “evangelists” might be paid freelancers.

the so-called “evangelists” might be paid freelancers (Bush, Michae, In Age of Friending, Consumers Trust Their Friends Less, Advertising Age, Feb. 2010)

Lots of noise background from marketers, sales persons, organizations etc., QleeQ is reducing that noise to nothing and distinguish the 

In its organic state—consumers recommending a brand based purely on their positive experiences with its product or services—word-of-mouth marketing shows a deep human instinct for sharing valuable information. But removed from its organic state, word-of-mouth marketing can exploit consumers.
Some companies hire people to recommend their brand without announcing their status as marketers. In 2002, for instance, Sony Ericsson placed fake touristsin New York City to ask passers-by to take their pictures with Sony’s T68i mobile phone and digital camera. The purpose of this initiative was to demonstrate the phone’s features in a more organic and less sales-oriented way. But the fake tourists never revealed their affiliation with Sony Ericsson.

for proper disclosure, The FTC recently revised its guidelines to include a clause obliging bloggers to disclose “the material connections they share with the seller of the product or service. ”Bloggers now have to announce their endorsements openly or pay a fine up to $11,000 per post for violating the new rule.

Marketing plan for using Social media  

1. Measure Social Media Followers
2. Survey your Marketing, PR and Marcom departments
3. Track Customers, Suppliers, Competitors, Brans and Services near you 
4. Hear your employers

mostly saved by QleeQ


Dan Schamir
QleeQ founder CEO


QleeQ - Sensing the Internet for Collective Wisdom

What -
·         Internet doubles itself every 8 month
  • Search statistics for users
    • in 2002 - 10 minutes for simple search
    • in 2007 - 20 minutes for simple search
    • in 2020 - 120 minutes for simple search (based on keywords algorithm)
  • Screening for non relevant information in search results increased from 10 minutes at 2001 to 20 minutes at 2008
    • Suggesting that human intelligence will be much more important than the search engine whilst searching
·         80% of Bing's queries are rephrased
  • Poor quality of search engines - 
    • Google textual database doubles itself every 8 months making search effectiveness and quality downgrades
·         Think Earth
o    Consumers waste 170 Billion KW/h for Insufficient Search Information
§  Annually, Globally; smartcamp.co.il
  • Complex queries are impossible to find  
    • "What is the divorce rate in the pacific-west?" it is up to the user's intelligence, decisions and cognitive abilities
    • "Electric cars are suitable for driving in desert conditions"?!
We aim QleeQ to solve the aforementioned issues by eliminating the use of ordinary "keywords search", moving towards Natural Language results

QleeQ provides a simple and intuitive user interface for analyzing the Internet without creating a ‘knowledge center’ site. This interface enables users to stay at their comfort zone sites – social media, news and entertainment, hobbies and finance etc. while getting the top up-to-date results for their most interesting topic.

See you in the next blog!
Dan Schamir