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Mispelled words - - PPC

Discussion in 'General PPC Discussion' started by Daisysiegal, Feb 21, 2012.

  1. Daisysiegal

    Daisysiegal BANNED BANNED

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    I haven't done PPC in awhie...about 5 yrs ago.

    But i remember some guy had a program that would take keywords and mispell them slightly in an effort to get cheaper costs.

    Last i checked...Google was getting hip to this...and changed their policies to include mispelled words as being the same as correct spelling.

    Anyone know if this still works?

    Anyone know if some of the other engines are doing the same?

    `D
     
  2. gammon

    gammon Registered Member

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    Yea mis spelling kw still work. Can get good cheap click as penny
     
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  3. Daisysiegal

    Daisysiegal BANNED BANNED

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    Thanks gammon.

    The guy who had this program...bascially designed it himself....but was expensive (mth ser.fee).

    Do you know of a PPC program that works well?

    ~D
     
  4. workingwhileworking

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    for misspellings, the only thing I can think of is the free misspeller on seotools website.

    Never had too much luck with it, though.
     
  5. Daisysiegal

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    yeah..the guy who had this program...basically designed some type of character insertion...the double stroked vowels or letters...and then spit it out in another field.

    Probably some type of spreadsheet program with a fox interface.