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Which of the following is true about website reputation? Answer Choices (A) Two negative reviews and no positive reviews is enough to consider the website to have a negative reputation. (B)
Reputation information can come from many sources, including encyclopedia articles, awards such as the Pulitzer Prize, and recommendations by professional societies. (C) Website reputation is an important part of Page Quality rating. Reputation can justify the Highest rating and the Lowest rating. (D) Not all customer reviews are reliable or believable. There are many fake reviews.
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User: Which of the following is true about website reputation? Answer Choices (A) Two negative reviews and no positive reviews is enough to consider the website to have a negative reputation. (B) Reputation information can come from many sources, including encyclopedia articles, awards such as the Pulitzer Prize, and recommendations by professional societies. (C) Website reputation is an important part of Page Quality rating. Reputation can justify the Highest rating and the Lowest rating. (D) Not all customer reviews are reliable or believable. There are many fake reviews.

Weegy: Do you mean for research or just in general?
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User: Which of the following is true about website reputation? Answer Choices (A) Two negative reviews and no positive reviews is enough to consider the website to have a negative reputation. (B) Reputation information can come from many sources, including encyclopedia articles, awards such as the Pulitzer Prize, and recommendations by professional societies. (C) Website reputation is an important part of Page Quality rating. Reputation can justify the Highest rating and the Lowest rating. (D) Not all customer reviews are reliable or believable. There are many fake reviews.

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