> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>> What Dmitri jokingly suggested was a large bunch of pages like:
>> [GOOGLE MOON]
>> Google have just introduced...
>> ....more text here...
>> For those who cannot spell: mun, moun, mune, oogle, moogle, shmoogle
>> I don't think crawlers will perceive this with a good eye. Keywords,
>> however, would be a cleaner SEO technique.
> Hey Roy,
> No the joke actually went backwards ;-) What I was thinking was this:
> [GUGLE MUN]
> Commemorating 36th anniversary of the MUN landing, GUGLE have just
> ..more text of the same weird type...
> For those who can't spell right: GUGLE is actually GOOGLE, and MUN is
> MOON. Have a great day.
> I mean, I don't know if I myself would put something like that onto one of
> my sites ;-), but I don't see it as keyword spamming either. From Google
> Bot's AI standpoint GUGLE is a keyword, and GOOGLE is also a keyword.
> Granted, GOOGLE should have more weight since it's spelled correct, but
> GUGLE, as long as it's used on some pages, should have some weight too
> (and MUCH less competition)
They say that if you don't get listen to, you should shout. I guess speaking
gibberish would have the same effect more or less.
Speaker: Can anybody explain to me what Google is?
Audience attendant #1: Google is a search engine
Audience attendant #2: Google are a company from California
Audience attendant #3: It's Brin and Page
Audience attendant #4: Google is the search department of Microsoft
Which answer will you remember best after the session?
Roy S. Schestowitz