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I find one search term  "smarttradingtips" without spaces on selecting "See Search Terms" in Keyword list .  Can somebody tell me if an user would have indeed typed it without spaces?

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Hi UtilitiesIndia,

 

Correct, you're right. A user seems to have typed it without spaces ... Robot LOL

Fortunately it does not happen frequently.

 

Best,

Lakatos

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Hi UtilitiesIndia,

 

Correct, you're right. A user seems to have typed it without spaces ... Robot LOL

Fortunately it does not happen frequently.

 

Best,

Lakatos

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Hello,

My understanding says its usually when people are searching for some website name knowingly. When i type smarttradingtips on google.com

I see predictive results
smarttradingtips complaints
smarttradingtips review
smarttradingtips.com

 

This is how we can target competitors name as a keywords in campaigns.

Thanks,
Neha



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Thanks Lakatos! In my ad this term got maximum clicks on the contrary.

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Hi utilitiesindia,

 

Google does not distinguish between "smarttradingtips" and "smart trading tips" when it comes to your keywords. Either would match a query of "smart trading tips". If you find you are getting a number of clicks on  "smarttradingtips", I would recommend adding that as either phrase or exact match--or both. You may want a different bidding strategy on that.

 

Best of Luck!

 

Pete

 

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Thanks petebardo! Is there any difference between these two phrase matches :  "smarttradingtips" and  "smart trading tips" ?

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Those phrase matches are different.