thats why I asked. I ran the same words, upper case then lower
case though some search engines.......... got the exact same
results each time.
>>>I went in one of my websites editor and at the bottom of one of
>>>the pages I put in capital Letters AUSTIN TEXAS , a week later i
>>>started getting a ton of capital letter searches. The words
>>>werent even related to AUSTIN TEXAS. Example:FUNNY ADULT PICS.
>>>The site was a couple of years old and not one capital searched
>>>KEYWORDS in my tracker. I put in one word completely in CAPS.
>>>Boom the cap hits started coming in.
>>>Moral To The Story, Put A Couple of words in caps in your text
>>>and in your meta tags. Make sure you have a matching word in your
>>>meta tags for the CAP you have in your text.
>Wanna share some proof. I find this highly unlikely as search
>engines for the most part are not case sensitive. Even if they
>are, they are not going to feed your site unless your site
>contains the actual phrase requested. It is flat out impossible.
>They are not intelligent, sentient and they do not *guess* what
>you want - they can only read raw data and *match* words - you
>can't even get a misspelling unless you actually use the
>This kind of disinformation is quite sad - and if you actually
>believe it, I pity you.