Are you interested in a 10 year discussion on the subject? Then go directly to (or don’t go to) Pain in the English, the home of a proofreading service founded by Dyske Suematsu.
I was looking for an answer to that question and stumbled upon a helpful discussion in its forum. Though I haven’t used their services, I adding the link to my resource list in case one of my regulars isn’t available.
Here’s how they describe their services: “We have a pool of highly qualified proofreaders in New York City who are going to eradicate your errors like they are plagues. So, stop asking your friends for favors. They are busy too. Who knows when they’ll get around to it. We’ll get it done within 24 hours, so just consider it done!”
What is the word for intentionally incorrect spelling? After reading all the back and forth, I decided on “intentionally misspelled wording.” Sleeper huh?