Never Include Misspelled Keywords in Your Content

Never Include Misspelled Keywords in Your Content - http://www.nickstamoulis.com Avatar Posted by nickstamoulis under Online Marketing
From http://www.nickstamoulis.com 4207 days ago
Made Hot by: tuckerleroy on August 4, 2011 6:32 pm
Let’s say you own a medium-sized direct mortgage lender company. Obviously “mortgage company” or some variation thereof is going to be an incredibly important keyword for your site to target. In fact, according to the Google Keyword Research tool, “mortgage company” gets 368,000 thousand searches every month! That keyword has huge potential for your business. SEO best practice recommends that you pick up to 5 variations of the same keyword per page based on that page’s content.





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Written by Authopublisher
4198 days ago

I completely agree, misspelling won't get you more traffic, it will just make you an illiterate, and people may actually avoid working with you.



Written by chrissb
4207 days ago

Nice article Nick.

Another note - the article uses "morgage" as an example of a misspelled word. If you search Google for that term, it automatically shows the results for the correct "mortgage" spelling, so I'm guessing the number of times the actual "morgage" results are displayed is way less than the suggested 100,000+. Just makes everything you say about misspellings making your site look bad outweigh the benefits of including misspellings even more.



Written by businessavante
4207 days ago

I love it, Nick - considering how many times I've read the opposite, it's refreshing to get the full-on White Hat point of view.

Duncan.



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