Well you should be. I don't post a ton around here, it's usually only if I really have something to say. I was adding some content to a site of mine today, which made me think that the method I use for misspellings was pretty good and should be shared. This is not going to be the magic bean that makes you a lot of money, but depending on what you are promoting, it could bring in a significant amount of traffic. Have you ever looked for misspellings of your keywords? Have you actually found them, but knew if you optimized your site with a few of them, you would look like an idiot? I've been there. I actually never used to include any misspellings in any of my sites, because I was supposed to be the expert. I can't misspell my keywords. Well here is the answer. I am going to use cuckoo clocks as an example. I have a site about cuckoo clocks and I found that people misspell cuckoo A LOT! Now cuckoo might be an extreme example, but I guarantee if you are optimizing for a certain keyword, people are probably misspelling a part of it. The way I get the mispellings into my site are as follows. Have a section toward the bottom of your page with a title that states... "Did you arrive here by misspelling cuckoo?" Then write something like this... "No worries a lot of people misspell the word. I have seen some pretty funny misspellings actually take a look below!" Cucoo Koo Koo Coo Coo Cucku Cukoo I understand that cuckoo is kind of the extreme example, but honestly you will find misspellings for most words. You can add as many as you want. I know on my site, I am getting a ton of extra traffic from these misspellings. Typically you don't need to optimize your entire site to get misspelling traffic. Just mention them once and it can be enough, depending on how popular the misspelling is. I have actually had people leave comments that think it's funny and admit to using the incorrect spelling to reach my page. It creates discussion and people leave comments. It also makes you seem human. They see a person behind the review, or article, instead of just a site. It helps in a lot more ways than just getting misspelled traffic. This is not going to make you rich, and in some cases it may not help at all, but it's something everyone should consider when adding content. Hopefully this helped everyone.