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Hi Guys I'm quite new to advertising and was hopping someone can answer a question for me.

So For Example Lets Say the keyword [ BLUE ] has 50,000 monthly searches monthly  and the Keyword

[ Marker ] Has 50,000 searches.

Now Does that mean The Phrase [ BLUE MARKER ] would Get 100,000 Searches?

Also If the Keyword Phrase [ BLUE MARKER ] has 65,000  searches Would That Mean

[ blue 50k ] + [ Marker 50k ]+ [ Blue Marker 65k ] = 165k Searches?

 

Any Input Would Be Greatly Appreciated Thanks. 

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Hi Michele,

Welcome to the AdWords community. 

 

'BLUE' is a unique keyword and 'Marker' is a unique keyword. So search volume for 'BLUE', 'Marker' and 'Blue Marker' will be totally different. 

 

Same for 'blue 50k', 'Marker 50k' and 'Blue Marker 65k'. Search volume for all keywords is unique. 

 

I hope you have got your answer. 

 

Regards,
Monzurul

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yes thank you but what if you have an ad copy like 3pcs quality blue
[ marker set ]will you not show up for the keyword marker ?

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yes thank you but what if you have an ad copy like 3pcs quality blue
[ marker set ]will you not show up for the keyword marker ?

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Depends on the match type you are using. Do you want it to show for just marker?  I would think that might be too generic for your needs.  "Blue marker" should send visitors to a page about blue markers.  "red marker" would go on a red marker page.  "marker" could be anything... a golf marker, a book marker, chalk marker, etc.  So, you would want it to go to the main "marker" page, but you'd want lots of negative keywords to prevent irrelevant searches.