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If you want to write a review that more people might see, and that might be selected by a search engine as a “representative review” to display for a business or product or service, there are probably a few things that you might want to keep in mind while writing. At least according to a patent filing from a couple of Google employees. It isn’t officially assigned to Google at this point, but it lists a Google patent application that I wrote about last November onReputations for Reviewers and Raters as a related filing.
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from Magnus500 1275 Days ago #
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Definately interesting, two thumbs up for Bills good research, as usually.



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from TatianaGer 1275 Days ago #
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Very good point for small and mid-sized business in highly competative nitch



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