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Multiple phrase match

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Is this allowable in 1 keyword? Google is letting me input it and is not giving me an error.

 

Keyword: "kansas city""knee surgeon"

 

I am trying to target multiple searches

 

kansas city knee surgeon

 

best kansas city knee surgeon

 

find knee surgeon in kansas city

 

kansas city best knee surgeon

 

Thx

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September 2015

Re: Multiple phrase match

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Hi randifxxxxxxx,

 

Sure they are allowing it but I would guess that the inner two "" are being ignored which leaves you with "kansas city knee surgeon".  To accomplish what you are looking for, why not try: +kansas +city +knee +surgeon - Modified Broad Match.

 

Cheers!

 

-Tom

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Hi randifxxxxxxx,

 

Sure they are allowing it but I would guess that the inner two "" are being ignored which leaves you with "kansas city knee surgeon".  To accomplish what you are looking for, why not try: +kansas +city +knee +surgeon - Modified Broad Match.

 

Cheers!

 

-Tom

Tommy Sands, AdWords Top Contributor | Community Profile | Twitter | Philly Marketing Labs
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