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(OWNews - NEW YORK) Olbermann Watch continued its dominance in the Olbersphere ratings war by retaining its positions as the Number 1 non-MSNBC.com, Keith Olbermann website for the 112th week in a row. But that's not the biggest news. In what can only be described as utter humiliation for Keith Olbermann, OlbermannWatch.com has now pulled ahead of Bloggerman.com, Keith's own blog on the MSNBC.com site, in the coveted Google Pank Rank demo.
"Even we were surprised to see that the search term 'Olbermann' in Google lists our domain ahead of Keith's own domain", said Robert Cox, Editor of Olbermann Watch.
OlbyLoons have been troubled for years by the consistantly high ratings for the Olbermann Watch site which is often described as the #1 Ranked Keith Olbermann site in the world.
In the past, Olbermann fans have argued that the rankings are "unfair" and that in absolute terms, Olbermann Watch is not "#1" because the Bloggerman and Countdown pages on the heavily trafficked MSNBC.com site have ranked ahead of OlbermannWatch.com.
"I can see why they would make that argument", said Burt Frimminger, senior researcher at the Institute for Leftardian Studies, "but those pages are not dedicated sites like Olbermann Watch. The closest thing they had was the bloggerman.com domain and now they've lost even that."
Whether dedicated site or simple page, few media analysts foresaw the day when a bloggerman.com would slip below olbermannwatch.com
"It is really quite astounding", said Frimminger, "when you considert that MSNBC.com is consisantly among the top-rated news sites on the internet, driving millions of visitors through their site. Losing out to olbermannwatch.com may force MSNBC to consider their entire internet strategy".