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phrase in broad keyword?

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is it possible to add a keyword like this one?

 

+"A B" +C

 

i need to make an expression like this because A and B in my case are two one-letter words (+"b & b" +italy)

 

thank you Smiley Happy

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Re: Phrase match closed variants

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marcopanichi; LOL; (We are not into Boolean Algebra...Smiley Happy)


If I got you right the answer is NO;

If you chose to include closed variants i.e. Plural forms and misspelling, then you don't need the + before a phrase match (close variants in phrase match has - almost - the same effect of + in modified broad)


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Changing exact match and phrase match option

 

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Re: Phrase match closed variants

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marcopanichi; LOL; (We are not into Boolean Algebra...Smiley Happy)


If I got you right the answer is NO;

If you chose to include closed variants i.e. Plural forms and misspelling, then you don't need the + before a phrase match (close variants in phrase match has - almost - the same effect of + in modified broad)


Read more :

Changing exact match and phrase match option

 

-Moshe

 

Moshe, AdWords Top Contributor , Twitter | Linkedin | Community Profile | Ad-Globe
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thank you very much! Smiley Wink