Building websites can be a tiring, repetitive business, and every once in a while – after creating your tenth new page of the day, for instance – you might make a silly, basic mistake that you don’t immediately notice. It’s OK. There isn’t a site on the Internet that doesn’t have a single flaw, and most of the time these things go unnoticed.
Every once in a while, though, you might make a mistake that has a direct and serious impact on the success of your site. One of the most common such mistakes is a misspelling in the URL.
But how would a misspelled URL impact your site? Surely it wouldn’t matter, as long as the search engines know how to find your content. After all, who types the full page URL directly into their browser when looking for a specific pa... more