Optimize for bad spelling!

Today I’m bringing Second Life business owners another little optimization tip to increase visitors. If you’re running a shop in Second Life, you might want to look at creatively adding some of the frequent misspellings of popular keywords to your site descriptions. You would probably want to hide these at the bottom of a profile, but they might just do the trick for you.

Clothes shops could consider dreses along with dresses, lingere along with lingerie, and so on. Think about your products and shop and think about the most common kinds of misspellings. Of course, you don’t want to overdo it and have a profile stuffed with random words, but if you have a particularly badly misspelled name or product type you should definitely think about it.

I hope this little series of optimizatin ideas proves useful to you. Let me know if you notice any results!

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  1. Red Frank

     /  March 6, 2005

    lol! great tip. haveing just been to yahpp.com, i can relate to this.


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