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Not sure how to approach this

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Hello all,

 

I run a site where we are able to return results for any products (comparison site). We've grown to do well with organic search, so want to expand into paid. We obviously want to show relevant ads for a users search. 

 

Is there anyway if we have a phrase match ad for "tv" that we can get the destination url to update to match the users query. 

 

Practical example:

 

Search term: 4k tv
Taken to: domain.com/search/?q=?tv

 

Would it be possible to get it so that it automatically does this: 

Search term: 4k tv
Taken to: domain.com/search/?q=?4k%20tv

 

 

If not, what's the best way we would be able to approach this?

 

Thanks,

Tom 

 

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Not sure how to approach this

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Hello, Thomas. Search terms cannot be dynamically inserted into final URLs. The closest you can get is by inserting the keyword: https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/6305348

 

The more keywords you'll use in exact match, based on the most frequent search queries, the better you'll be able to redirect your clicks.

 

Hope it helps.

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