The hardest part about sifting through search engines results was proving the

The hardest part about sifting through search engines

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The hardest part about sifting through search engines results was proving the validity and credibility of the websites listed. At first glance, I would choose the first couple of websites thinking they were the best since they were first. After using the links that were provided in Week 1 to check credibility, I noticed that you have to pay close attention to the website selected. Some websites mayappear to be credible but they are actually attempting to gain customers for a product or persuade readers for their own personal gain. I noticed a lot of the search engine hits included ads that were untrustworthy as well. Overall, search engines tend to primarily show websites that are used the most with the least visited websites shown after. This exercise has helped me be able to decipher between what is credible and what is misleading.
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Reference List:1.Miles McEvoy. Organic 101: What the USDA Organic Label Means. (2012).2.3.4.Organic5.Wikipedia:About
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  • Fall '15
  • Google search, World Wide Web, Wikipedia, Miles McEvoy

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