Misspellings tool for SEO

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I find a useful SEO tool a while back - you entered a search term, and it gave you the number of queries per month, as well as the number of queries for common misspellings of that query. It was not based on typos, but based on search queries by people not knowing how to spell.

I should have bookmarked it - anyone know where I can find a tool like this?
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Here's one.

http://www.seochat.com/seo-tools/keywor ... generator/
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Google monitor is also a tool that you can use probably, it actually shows the keywords that are being used live, after a short period it has adapted to certain cirumstances (it needs a warp up period) and then you will see a continuesly updating list in a GUI that will provide search queries that are currently being done through the google search engine.
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GuyFromChigago - that's not the type of tool I'm looking for - it just generates typos.

I'm talking about people not knowing how to spell - and the number of search queries of these common misspellings.

I.e. "Accommodation" is searched for x number of times a month. But how often are queries being missplelt as "accomodation" or "acomodation" - not because of typos, but because people don't know the corect speling. What are the stats?

Where can I find this tool again?
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Here ya go: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia: ... sspellings
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that one doesn't really let you enter a term...but it does have quite a list of common mis-spellings.

You can find lots of other material on the subject here: http://www.google.com/search?sourceid=n ... Dspellings
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I misspell "lesson"---> "lesons", got some traffic too
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desperate for low hanging fruit? Oh ok it does work and I used to do it myself. The last one I did was for a movie review of "meet the fockers" and it worked really really well. I dont have time for it now.
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This is useful:

Check http://www.keyworddiscovery.com/tour-spell.html .

Subscribe to it, then log in, they ask for payment etc but you can use a limited version of the tool for free. Type

spell: your keyword

in the box up the top left, it can give some interesting results.

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