For example, would redirecting
www.example.com/login be fine?
Would it be better to automatically redirect users to the correct page or display a page stating that the user is going to be redirected to the correct page in a couple of seconds? Would this have any disadvantages on the SEO?
Also, the user profile URLs are going to be in the following format
www.example.com/user/johndoe which would not have the users create anything on the web root.
I’m only asking this because I have noticed major social media websites such as Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest are allowing this. Facebook
www.facebook.com/loogin has an active user, while both Twitter
www.twitter.com/loogin and Pinterest
pinterest.com/loogin appear to have dead accounts.
Interestingly, Vine does not have
vine.co/loogin registered to a user and displays a 404 on visit, yet it does not allow users to register it.
I have used SEOBook Keyword Type Generator Tool to generate all the possible
login typos and here are the results. If the above it a good idea, would it be fine to make all typos redirect?
ogin, lgin, loin, logn, logi, llogin, loogin, loggin, logiin, loginn, olgin, lgoin, loign, logni, kogin, oogin, pogin, ligin, l9gin, l0gin, lpgin, llgin, lkgin, lofin, lotin, loyin, lohin, lobin, lovin, logun, log8n, log9n, logon, logln, logkn, logjn, logib, logih, logij, logim, klogin, lkogin, ologin, loogin, plogin, lpogin, liogin, loigin, l9ogin, lo9gin, l0ogin, lo0gin, lpogin, lopgin, llogin, lolgin, lkogin, lokgin, lofgin, logfin, lotgin, logtin, loygin, logyin, lohgin, loghin, lobgin, logbin, lovgin, logvin, loguin, logiun, log8in, logi8n, log9in, logi9n, logoin, logion, loglin, logiln, logkin, logikn, logjin, logijn, logibn, loginb, logihn, loginh, logijn, loginj, logimn, loginm