Writter - An Unusual Word To Gain Internet Exposure

I was using the Google Adwords keyword research tool to find a phrase that has not been utilized to death on the Internet. The idea is you find something such as "NLP PPT" - a keyword phrase I found a while back, and you make a webpage addressing that term. The page will automatically get a lot of hits, as people searching for that term click through from the search engine results to your page. So, I built a page at nlpppt.com addressing that term I found.

And today, I found writter. This word gets 2,400 searches per month, or at least it did last month. Perhaps you are one of the people who were searching for writter, and you are here now!

The most common reason for this search is a misspelling. You may have meant to enter writer, or perhaps you were not sure of the spelling and tried writter first.

Or, maybe you know exactly what you are doing. and want to see what's happening online with others who have misspelled writer.

Ultimately, the lesson here, if there is one, is that you can leverage misspellings to gain exposure on the Internet.

I decided to run the above sentence through Beyondosaurus.com to see what food for thought might come up. Here's what I got:

"Ultimately, the lesson here, if there is one, is that you can leverage fixation to gain exposure on the Internet."

"You can leverage pollution to gain exposure on the Internet."

"You can leverage dirty laundry to gain exposure on the Internet."

"You can leverage emotions to gain exposure on the Internet."

"You can leverage perspective to gain exposure on the Internet."

"You can leverage anatomy to gain exposure on the Internet."

"You can leverage your wife to gain exposure on the Internet."

"You can leverage painting to gain exposure on the Internet."

I find this last entry interesting. A picture is worth a thousand words, as they say. So I think what that means is that if you are any good at art, or maybe better, if you're not, you can create illustrations that will bring more exposure to your website. I mean, if you make some sort of painting that's really eccentric, people will talk about it. People will tell people, who will tell people, and they'll all come to your site. For most website owners, the desire is to go viral, isn't it?

Just for fun, I then entered "A picture is worth a thousand words" in Beyondosaurus and came up with:

"A picture is worth a pair of scissors."

"A picture is worth an eBay item."

"A picture is worth a surprise inspection."

"A picture is worth a unbearable decoration."

Interesting, eh? What sparks of inspiration does this discussion create for you?

Have fun and prosper! - Jeff


































































































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