Would you spell a word wrong in an article to get more traffic per Google traffic estimator?
What do the SEO experts say?
No, mainly because if my name is attached to something, I want it to be typo-free -- otherwise, I lose credibility as a writer.
No, no, and no. I feel like an idiot when I miss spell things. I can't, in good conscience, spell something wrong on purpose.
No I wouldn't. I get what you mean, but I wouldn't do it. 2 reasons:
1. If a user mis-spells a word on a Google search, Google will actually pick up on it and suggest the correct search term anyway.
2. Like Del Sandeen said, I want my writing to be good - credibility is important.
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