No, this isn't going after expiring domains. I was thinking about targeting some keyword phrases with are mis-spelled, but I realised (or rather some nice member from BHW pointed out) that in Big G's search results, it generally returns "did you mean _____", rendering the exercise useless. But I had a thought. Rather than targeting people with poor spelling who are searching, how about targeting those with poor spelling who have a website? These days, loads of kids have squidoo lenses etc, so it's really not that small a market. When they're entering a hyperlink, how many are likely to mis-spell the domain names? eg facebok.com, twittr.com etc? I had a quick look around, and here are my findings: wickipedia.org PR2 130 backlinks currently redirecting to some fake book store full of ads tiwtter.com PR4 6,344 backlinks currently parked and for sale on sedo (getting 75k visitors per month according the sales page) faecbook.com PR5 737 backlinks currently redirecting to a page with CPA offers Apologies if I've revealed any BHW member's site here! The above examples should give you an idea of what to look for and how to monetise it. If you can think of any major websites which use an extension other than .com, when .com is available for that domain, this could be a goldmine. A lot of people assume that all websites have a .com extension. Enjoy!