Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by MeisMJ², Nov 5, 2013.
Google has spelling correct functions, in some words/phrases/keywords google will show results based on the right spelling of the word.
Sometimes you will see "You mean: [correct keywords]"
or sometimes "Showing the results for : [correct keywords]"
I'm afraid both ways of spelling are found in the dictionary, but there are strong nuances to it. Can't say anything more or I'd give up my niche lol
Build out both sites with different content and rank them both and take multiple top spots in Serps. If the second way is truly misspelled, then build that name as a brand and don't target the misspelling in your content. Just rank for that keyword as a branded one.
Just get the two domain, use godaddy coupon for 0.99 or 1.99 .com domains.
If you don't mind the extra work and time, I think you should definitely target both, at least redirect while you set up both. Or you could build a third website that consolidates both. usually, the more work you have to put in, the better it is in the long run, if that's your plan...
Thanks for the replies guys
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