> Big Bill wrote:
>>>There is one problem with actually optimizing for a typo keyword:
>>>that you do can be (quite correctly) considered as cloaking by the
>>>engines. You'd have to build a special page with the typo, and then
>>>them a link to a good page. This is unless you can live with typos
>>> in the
>>>actual body of your page, which is a very bad style indeed.
>> Not if you do it right.
> What is *right* though? Use the typos in the text and then add a small
> print in the footer that says "this is for you guys who cannot spell
> right"? ;-)
That's an interesting idea. It might work until search engines get mad one
day and decide to annul this word spamming technique. This is just about as
bad as hidden text, is it not? When somebody contacts you about abuse, you
will answer "me?! English? No."
Roy S. Schestowitz