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Keyword match types problem? ing, able, er, cal forms of the same word

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Hi,

 

How ing, er, cal, able, etc. forms of the same word can be used in different match types.

 

1) [Logic] & [Logical] 

Are these 2 words are different in exact match?

 

2) "Logic" & "Logical" 

Are these 2 words are different in phrase match?

 

3) [control] & [controller] 

Are these 2 words are different in exact match?

 

4) "programmable" & "programming" 

Are these 2 words are different in phrase match?

 

5) [programmable] & [programming] 

Are these 2 words are different in exact match?

 

6) "control" & "controller" 

Are these 2 words are different in phrase match?

 

7) [s-7 200] & [s7 200] 

Are these 2 words are different in exact match?

 

8) "s-7 200" & "s7 200" 

Are these 2 words are different in phrase match?

 

Kindly help.....

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Re: Keyword match types problem? ing, er, cal forms of the same word

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Hi there;

 All  will fall under close variants. 

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Close keyword variations

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Hi Snadaruwan,

As you mentioned above all the match types are “close variant” keywords, that means your ad will show both keywords if you have any one of the keyword in your list.

I hope This Article will answer your all doubts.
http://adwords.blogspot.com.au/2014/08/close-variant-matching-for-all-exact.html


Thanks,
Aravindh.

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Hi there;

 All  will fall under close variants. 

Read more:

Close keyword variations

Moshe, AdWords Top Contributor , Twitter | Linkedin | Community Profile | Ad-Globe
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Thanks! @MosheTLV
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Hi Snadaruwan,

As you mentioned above all the match types are “close variant” keywords, that means your ad will show both keywords if you have any one of the keyword in your list.

I hope This Article will answer your all doubts.
http://adwords.blogspot.com.au/2014/08/close-variant-matching-for-all-exact.html


Thanks,
Aravindh.

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Very helpful