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where could i see Match Types in google?

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i tried to open my eyes, but nothings can show me how to change Match Types. i don't know where?

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September 2015

Hey Phuc, In Campaign setting, Make your campaign with a...

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Hey Phuc,

In Campaign setting, Make your campaign with all features. See attached Sreenshot

 

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Re: where could i see Match Types in google?

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Hi Phuc,

 

If you want to see the match type of your individual keywords, navigate to the Keywords tab, click "Columns" and "Customise Columns".

 

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Then you're going to want to add in "Match Type" from the Attributes section.

 

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You'll now see a Match Type column in your Keyword report.

 

Kathleen

 

Re: where could i see Match Types in google?

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Hi Phuc,
One thing to add to Kathleen's and Kandarp's great answers -
If you want to actually change the Match Type of your existing Keywords, after you add the Match Types Column, per Kathleen's instructions -

1. Click on the Match Type
2. A small window will pop-up asking if you understand about editing this Keyword. Click Yes, I understand.
3. A drop-down box will appear with Phrase, Broad, and Exact.
4. Chose which Match Type you prefer and then click Save.

Keep in mind, if you change a Keyword's Match Type (for example, change a Phrase Match Keyword to Exact), you are essential deleting the current Match Type's Keyword and creating a brand new Keyword. In the example above, changing from Phrase to Exact will delete the Phrase Match Keyword and add the same Keyword as Exact Match.