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Which of the following is true about website reputation? (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.
(B) Reputation information can come from many sources, including encyclopedia articles, awards such as the Pulitzer Prize, and recommendations by professional societies.
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User: Which of the following is true about website reputation? (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: (B) Reputation information can come from many sources, including encyclopedia articles, awards such as the Pulitzer Prize, and recommendations by professional societies.
jeifunk|Points 7730|

User: Which of the following is true about website maintenance? (A) Every page on a website must be updated recently to consider the website/maintained. (B) If the copyright date on the homepage is more than 1 year old, the website should always be considered unmaintained. (C) Well maintained websites may have an unmaintained page that has not been updated. (D) Old information or old newspaper articles are always useless and should be considered Low quality

Weegy: A) Every page on a website must be updated recently to consider the website/maintained.
scalter|Points 991|

User: 31. Which of the following is a reason for giving a Page Quality rating of Highest? (A) The page could be Vital for a particular query. (B) The page has no Ads. (C) The website has an excellent reputation from experts. (D) The page has extremely high quality content and the author is an acknowledged expert in the topic

Weegy: (D) The page has extremely high quality content and the author is an acknowledged expert in the topic.
scalter|Points 991|

User: Which of the following is a justification for giving a Page Quality rating of Lowest? (A) There is absolutely no information about who is responsible for the content of the website. (B) All the Main Content of the page is copied and created with deceptive intent. (C) The website clearly and significantly violates the Google Webmaster Guidelines. (D) The website has an extremely negative and malicious reputation.

Weegy: The answer is B. All the Main Content of the page is copied and created with deceptive intent. - is a justification for giving a Page Quality rating of Lowest
ephraimzRN|Points 2278|

User: 15. The query is [maps], English (US). Which of the following pages is Useful? (A) A page that contains road maps for European countries. (B) A Wikipedia article that defines the word "map" and discusses many kinds of maps, the history of maps, and the study of maps. (C) The Yahoo! Maps webpage at http://maps.yahoo.com/. (D) A satellite map of the U.S. that shows current weather conditions.

User: Which of the following is a true statement about hidden text? (A) Hidden text is sometimes exposed by applying Ctrl-A (the shortcut for Select All) to the result page. (B) Pages with hidden text should always be assigned a Spam flag. (C) Hidden text can have a tiny font size. (D) Text that is visible when you scroll up and down and sideways on a page cannot be considered hidden.

Weegy: A Hidden text is sometimes exposed by applying Ctrl-A the shortcut for select all
MrG|Points 1701|

User: Which of the following is an example of an imperfect URL query? Answer Choices (A) [www.toyota.com] (B) [www.dell.com] (C) [ferrari.com] (D) [wwww.hotmail.cm]

Weegy: The answer is D. is an example of an imperfect URL query. [happy]
ephraimzRN|Points 2278|

User: 18. Which of the following is a true statement about the query [yhoo], English (US)? Answer Choices (A) The query is obviously misspelled. (B) An appropriate rating for http://finance.google.com/finance?client=ob&q=YHOO is Useful. (C) It is clear that the user intent is to navigate to the homepage of the Yahoo website at http://www.yahoo.com/. (D) The query is an imperfect URL query.

Weegy: (C) It is clear that the user intent is to navigate to the homepage of the Yahoo website at
koaley|Points 6262|

User: 19. Which of the following is a true statement about landing pages that display a set of search engine results? Answer Choices (A) A set of specialty search results (such as a page of news search results) should always be rated Slightly Relevant. (B) A search engine page with an empty search box and no search results displayed should be rated Off-Topic. (C) A set of regular web search results should be rated Useful because it contains many results instead of just one. (D) A set of regular web search results can get a rating of Vital if it contains a link to the official webpage for the query.

Weegy: A set of regular web search results can get a rating of Vital if it contains a link to the official webpage for the query.
Expert answered|jeifunk|Points 7730|



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Which of the following is a technique for revealing hidden text? Answer Choices (A) Disabling source code. (B) Disabling CSS. (C) Disabling JavaScript. (D) Applying Ctrl-A to the page.
Weegy: Answer is (D) Applying Ctrl-A to the page. User: Which of the following is a true statement about user intent? Answer Choices (A) All queries have either an action, information, or navigation intent. (B) The intent of an action query is to accomplish a goal or engage in an activity on the Internet. (C) The intent of a navigation query is to find information. (D) Wikipedia pages should get high ratings for all user intents because information is always helpful Weegy: All queries have either an action, information, or navigation intent. User: Which of the following is a true statement about the Vital rating? Answer Choices (A) Most queries have Vital webpages. (B) The Appropriate Vital category can be used for "regional" Vital pages. (C) The Appropriate Vital category can be used for Vital pages that only have a language associated with them but no country. (D) A "choose your language" page should be rated Useful instead of Vital. Weegy: (c) the appropriate vital category can be used for vital pages that only have a language associated with them but no country User: Which of the following is true about the purpose of the page and the Page Quality rating? Answer Choices (A) Harmful or malicious pages should always be rated Lowest. (B) Pages with an informational or educational purpose should be given higher ratings than entertainment pages. (C) There is no relationship between the purpose of the page and the Page Quality rating. (D) If you cannot determine the purpose of the page after extensive effort, the rating should be Lowest. Weegy: There is no relationship between the purpose of the page and the Page Quality rating. User: Which of the following types of pages should always be rated Low or Lowest? Answer Choices (A) Pages which have a mismatch between the rating locale and the website locale, for example a UK page for a US rating task. (B) File types other than webpages, for example pdf, Microsoft Word Document, ... (More)
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