On Wed, 20 Jul 2005 05:00:40 +0100, Roy Schestowitz
>> 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."
With most of you it's true! I feel I need a native guide in here some
seo that watches the river flow...