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targetting mis-spelled keywords

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by dasmoot, Jun 8, 2011.

  1. dasmoot

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    Hey, most of the major hits in my area are from mis-spelled keywords. But when you type them in, it's showing up with results from the correct spelling and has the option to search for the mis-spelled instead. But I'm pretty sure people are just following onto the correct spelling. Anything I can do to optimize for this? I was excited to see no competition for a massive misspelled search. Now I'm kind of bummed.
     
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    Answer preez?
     
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    There's not much you can do because Google does a pretty good job of catching misspells these days. About all you can do is search intensively for all the misspells you can, find the ones that Google isn't catching, and target those. Google certainly doesn't catch every misspell that there is.
     
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    "did you mean..." makes misspellings worthless.
     
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    With similar :) languages there are differences in spelling. Such as American + English.

    Ton-tonne
    Miter-mitre

    Find other language pairs (Russian-Ukranian) etc.

    Mkae :) use of a Thesaurus and Dictionary. You can find a few fairly easy this way. Doesn't always have to be the usual suspects after all.
     
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