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    I've been seeing this browser tag in my logs - "bumblebee@relevare.com" - anyone know if it's a search bot and if so, whose it is?

    Thanks!

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    http://www.relevare.com/

    They are ... something to do with being some sort of search thing ... something vortal-like...

    And if you can figure out something more coherent than that from their web site (which requires Flash and a great deal of patience), you've got one up on me. I think there's actually more info one the web about their "innovative" web site than their actual product.

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    Thanks. I tried doing a google search for bumblebee@relevare.com and of course I came up with a list of server logs (WHEN will admins learn?).

    I found the Bumblebee page.
    Seems Bumblebee is a fetch ... if the Flash panel on the left side would stop pushing thong-butted women in my face I could read the rest of it't saying. There's no "stop playing" in the menu. Must be their version of "Sex Sells".

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    Lots of pretty words but not much information. I did see them bragging about ignoring metatags, but not much else specific.

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    It's incredibly ironic that while on the right side of the page they are keen on the fact that they ignore porn sites, they've got photos of almost naked women dancing around the left side of the page.

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    Never ever promote a merchant who has a Flash intro page..period. Webtrends Studies show 84% of all visitors exit immediately the Flash page. Some Snowboard and Kwell skateboard sites tried this and showed an EPC of $0.05

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