Media Awards for Dr. Kenneth Benjamin Hughes, Los Angeles Plastic Surgeon
When people think of a Los Angeles or Beverly Hills plastic surgeon, they envision a plastic surgeon who is advertising on TV or the radio, making guest appearances on TV or in movies, or being seen out with Hollywood stars at red carpet events. Dr. Kenneth Hughes seeks no media exposure through TV or radio, does very few if any interviews, and has no interest in fame. Dr. Hughes is interested in obtaining the best surgical result and is not distracted or deterred in this regard.
Most of Dr. Hughes's media awards come by way of patient reviews or educational plastic surgery forums. Dr. Kenneth Benjamin Hughes considers himself an educator as well and devotes a great deal of his time to answering questions in plastic surgery forums and providing information through blogs, articles, chapters, educational videos and before and after plastic surgery transformations.
Dr. Kenneth Hughes Was Voted Best Plastic Surgeon in Los Angeles in 2020 by at Least 5 Independent Sources
Google and Its Bugs of August 2020
The Google bug as it has been called on August 10th, 2020 affected many plastic surgery sites and had many plastic surgeons worried. Google claims to have the bug fixed. Sadly this is not the case. Dr. Kenneth Hughes keeps real-time copies of search results to monitor google index volatility over time. Though much of the absurd paid for websites, spam, and nonsense at the top of the rankings from August 10th have been rectified and dumped, some websites remain. Some relatively worthless sites continue to garner artificially inflated rankings while much more substantial web sites like https://www.drkennethbenjaminhughesmd.com remain lower.
Most people realize that Google algorithm changes or updates or bugs are largely the result of a google agenda that rewards particularly leftist agendas. For instance, complaint sites full of trash from con-artists rise to the top while other lame individuals continue to perpetuate lies in the public sphere. Plastic surgery websites should rank highly based upon level of detail, breadth of experience, and quality of work presented. However, that is hardly ever the case. Absolutely dreadful regurgitated garbage that is outdated, untrue, or oversimplified dominates some of these higher rankings. If one with marginal brain activity can generate these websites and google rewards it, then certainly the google bug remains.