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Chris “Phillips” Bannan
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I was excited to see a Google Patent granted this past Thursday, which describes how Google may rank pages in part based upon user feedback (clicks) in response to rankings for those pages. The patent tells us that this kind of identifying of a user’s needs and determining which documents are returned that might be … Continue reading Google Patents Click-Through Feedback on Search Results to Improve Rankings →
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Digital Marketer in Philadelphia, PA

Formerly known as Chris Phillips
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SEM, SEO, Social Media, PPC, Paid Search, Display, Web Analytics
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2 hours for an oil change is unacceptable. I took my 2014 Cruze here three times and every time they were unprepared and I had to correct them when they told me I owed them money (service was covered). Service department makes a lot of mistakes. The service department and parts department don't seem to communicate because they never have the correct parts needed for service in stock even after you schedule an oil change well in advance. I will never get my car serviced at Bridgewater Chevrolet again.
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