Quoting from a different "thread", kgun suggest that targetting typos as "keywords" may be considered as spam. This was a bit off topic, and think the point deserves a thread on its own.
...The point is not what "advanced xsl" is about really, but the number of people who wonder what the heck "advanced xsl" is all about. Get about 30 hits a day for this phrase.
but this is a bit off topic, isn't it?
I don't think that using typos (on purpose or not) can be considered as spam. If I search for "brtney spears", and someone has mispelled it this way in a relevant article about britney spears, and subsequently rank well for these keywords, why should it be considered as spam?Still my bolding.
Sounds like spam to me.
If it is discovered by Google, you may get zero hits from them a day