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Adword Synonym Engine is Broken!!

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So does the order of keywords matter in exact matches.

Let's say I have a keywords made of 2 words: Red apples.

If someone searches for apples red will they see my add or do I also have to list apples red as a potential keyword?

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Re: Adword Synonym Engine is Broken!!

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The order of keywords matters when using Exact match.

 

If your keywords is [red apples] and someone searches for [apples red], your keyword will not be matched to the search.


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Hi Andre,

Yes, exact match really means exact match. The search quest must match the keyword exactly (except for close variations if you have those enabled). Phrase match must have the same words in the same order, but may include other words. Broad Match and BMM words can be in any order.

Best of Luck!

Pete
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The order of keywords matters when using Exact match.

 

If your keywords is [red apples] and someone searches for [apples red], your keyword will not be matched to the search.


Theresa
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Accepted by MosheTLV (Top Contributor)
September 2015

Re: Adword Synonym Engine is Broken!!

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Hi Andre,

Yes, exact match really means exact match. The search quest must match the keyword exactly (except for close variations if you have those enabled). Phrase match must have the same words in the same order, but may include other words. Broad Match and BMM words can be in any order.

Best of Luck!

Pete
petebardo -- Deadhead doing AdWords