Good Typos

serif s imageNow, normally typos are bad. But a few days ago, Seth Godin wrote about a great typo he saw. It said, “staff in the lobby were wondering around…”

Then, I saw Jonathan Fields write about Google’s “eternal keyword tool” (he meant external). I thought, wouldn’t that be great, keywords that were perpetually relevant and high-ranking!

The one in this picture is punny.

In what other instances might typos be worthwhile? Or actually better than no typo?

Image from social is better

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