A user on Google’s search engine has discovered that his article about GTA3 traffic increases relative traffic due to typosquating.
Google News users have noticed that they are seeing an increase in traffic when they search for a phrase like “typos Quatsquatters” or “GTA3 traffic”.
“When typing typos in Google News, it appears that Google News has started to generate a lot of traffic from search engines,” the user wrote.
“A user on my Google News search engine noticed that this trend has been happening, and the article is generating a lot more traffic than usual.”
“This is a huge change from what Google News used to be, so I thought it might be worth posting this.”
The user also noted that Google has not yet reported the problem to the Google+ community.
“I am just wondering if you guys noticed any increase in the traffic since I posted this.
Google hasn’t yet reported this to us,” he wrote.
Google+ is an online community where users can post links to articles and other content, such as images.
GTA 3 has not been released to the public, and it is currently only available in Australia.
Users have also noticed that traffic to Google’s mobile app is increasing, too.