Off to a Great Start
As expected, Kay Bailey Hutchison announced this week that she'll resign her U.S. Senate seat in order to challenge Texas Gov. Rick Perry ...
As expected, Kay Bailey Hutchison announced this week that she'll resign her U.S. Senate seat in order to challenge Texas Gov. Rick Perry in next year's GOP primary. The campaign will get ugly -- I mean, it already has.
Hutchison's Web site contains hidden phrases that are meant to entice people who type various terms into search engines. One of them, according to the Austin American-Statesman, is "rick perry gay."
Hutchison's people tell the paper that they will remove that term -- but not the 2,200 other hidden phrases. Apparently these are going to be generated on a continuing basis with new ones added to reflect the latest hot search terms.
The expert, Kate Morris, said the site could be subject to getting banned by the Google search engine because of the hidden phrases, which are looked down upon because sometimes phrase combinations can cause engines to mistakenly rate a site as more relevant (or useful) than it is.
Join the Discussion
After you comment, click Post. You can enter an anonymous Display Name or connect to a social profile.
Struggling to Win Higher Office, Tea Party Turns Attention to Local Races2 minutes ago
Hillary Clinton in Flint: 'We Need Action Now'42 minutes ago
Christie, Kasich Shine in Critical GOP Debate43 minutes ago
Chicago Cop Sues Family of Teen He Killed for 'Extreme Emotional Trauma'52 minutes ago
After Losing and Leaving Super Bowl, North Carolina Governor Gets in Car Accident1 hour ago
New Hampshire Governor Announces New Welfare-to-Work Program in State Address1 hour ago