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Google and other major search engines are pretty good at learning and returning brandings that are purposely mispelt. Even my own site spelt BYBE google used to returning results for 'BABY' and 'BABE' for almost a year, other good examples: Flickr Reddit Digg Tumblr Mashbord Fiverr All purposely misspelt Google will assoicate the correct and incorrect ...


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Go to your Google Analytics account and do the following: 1) Acquisition - All Traffic - Channels 2) Select Organic Search 3) Add a Secondary Dimension - Landing Page 3) Use the Advanced Filter and set it to Include - Landing Page - Exactly Matching - / or in your case /~u5410055/ You should now see all of your keywords for the home page. Keep in ...


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You should actually use Google Webmaster Tools for this kind of information. You can connect your website with GWT using your Google Analytics account and then just wait for a couple of days until the search queries will be shown in Search Traffic -> Search Analytics You can put in a filter for just the home page while still showing queries:


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The downside of Google is you can never now for sure because they like their secrets, and the size of the operation makes it difficult to be sure that the system works even in the way they think it does. But in this case probably yes. It is possible to get messages in webmaster tools along these lines: Google systems have tested 137,000 pages from your ...


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If you suspect people would misspell so much, consider to simply change brand name. It's reasonable. Anyway: you would find queries with misspelled brand name in your Webmaster Tools. If some of them get a discreet amount of traffic, just bid them on AdWords. It would come cheap. No, Google won't learn anything from what you do on AdWords, but at least you ...



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