Hopefully, some of our zerg rush hubs are getting extra traffic this weekend.
Not if the links keep getting destroyed.
Here's my theory. I've seen "zerg rush" in the top-ten searches of one search engine already. For that term, that's probably a 100-fold increase. I'm thinking spillover as searchers kekeke google and zerg-rush the other search engines to figure out what the heck is going on.
I checked the first 2 zerg-rush hubs in hub search. Sure enough, they're showing up in the hot-category on the author's profile page. Now, as to whether they were in the hot-category before google started all this...; that I do not know.
I tried. Several different times and ways. Finally (from the ABC News article blurb, I believe):
(“Zerg rush” may not work in all browsers; we've seen this before.)
I can testify that's so.
Thank you very much for posting this! I didn't know. If you hadn't posted this, there would have been people out there thinking that I was being mean to them. Very much appreciated!!!!!!
What would be really awesome is if you could destroy them all by quickly searching for "nuclear launch detected."
I hope no one goes to google and punches in, "do a barrel roll"...
"Watch the latest galactic dance craze, 'Stormtrooper Shuffle'"
http://now.msn.com/entertainment/0426-s … uffle.aspx
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