It makes sense though, if you are looking for someone’s attention.
I mean, the occasional typo might well be an accident.
But, systematic typos?
It is likely that someone is playing you.
This is an example of this principle at work.
And we are all just puppets, it seems.
I use a similar technique with my blog when someone points out a typo. Sometimes I leave the typo because it makes you pause and reread the sentence a few times to figure out what the typo was supposed to mean. The “mistake” attracts your energy to my writing, and that’s what a writer wants. I want your focus.