Mispellings are often more popular

After looking at FavoritePart.com‘s Katie Rees photos, I did a Google search.  It seems there is more content about Katie Reese than Katie Rees.  It seems FavoritePart mispelled her last name and might be getting more traffic because of it.  There is probably less “artificial” competition because of it.

I gues the moral of the story is, if you want to compete, find your niche, even if it is mis-spelled.

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