Time to beef up those search engine results again. I'm still getting hits from people looking for the Rockmelon ring tone that's supposed to increase the size of one's boobies (boobies is at number 255 with a bullet on Wordtracker's "surge list" right now -- boobies, boobies, boobies, I guess).
So, what do we have? FactCheck.Org weighs in at #3 on the surge list, presumably because of Dick Cheney's gaffe in last week's vice-presidential debate (he told people to go to factcheck.com, when he meant factcheck.org -- and someone snatched up the factcheck.com domain name and redirected it to George Soros's blog before the debate had ended). Yep, gotta mention factcheck.org a few times. Very low KEI, but I have a gut feeling about it. Factcheck.org. Rolls right off the tongue, doesn't it?
Okay, to the "long term" list. Anyone have a clue what "pelajar uitm bogel" is supposed to mean? Sounds like some kind of ethnic food. Hmmm ... most of the search results on it go to those "manufacture an on-the-fly link" pages (learn more about pelajar uitm bogel! Buy pelajar uitm bogel!). Here we go: According to the Search Engine Optimization Forum, it means "nude UITM student" in Malay. It's going strong at #120. She must be one good-looking gal.
Thank you for your patience. We now return to our regular programming.