The research concluded that Hyundai is Consumer Email List one of the worst spelled brands on the internet, with an average of 605,000 incorrect Consumer Email List global searches per month. The most common variants of the automaker are Hundai (581,000 monthly searches) and Hiundai (24,000). In second place is Lamborghini , with an Consumer Email List average of 365,000 inaccurate searches per month.
People searching for the luxury sports Consumer Email List car giant typically type Lamborgini (351,000 monthly searches) and Lambogini (14,000 monthly searches). Ferrari Consumer Email List occupies the third position, with “Ferari” searched an average of 123,000 times per month. The French cognac producer Hennessy , with its variants Consumer Email List Henessy, Hennesy, Hennesy, and the Dutch beer producer Heineken as Heinken respectively occupy the fourth and fifth position. Interestingly, Uniqlo , in ninth place, is the most misspelled clothing retailer on the list.
The Japanese-based company is mistakenly Consumer Email List searched for on the Internet an average of 58,600 times per month. Searches include Consumer Email List Uniclo (55,000 monthly searches), Unilo (2,100), and Uniql (1,500). At the other extreme of the position is Porsche . The Consumer Email List German high-performance car manufacturer is misspelled an average of 19,500 times a month, with Porsh (10,000) and Porsch (9,500) being the most frequent alternatives.