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July 04, 2011


Marco Sores

Quite some mean graphs you have here. I was wondering if you can do something similar with mismatched queries for popular search terms. While data is not readily available for such a long period of time, I am certain once can find a certain niche, to quantify the difference (if any) in search relevance once you type in a mispelling of a popular term. This used to work and still works with Google. I was thinking of doing something similar with my domain and my targets. What can you do, unless you chose to stick to war and destruction as main topics. Naaah.

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