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Reg: search term Excel sheet

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Hi experts,

 

I have download the search term sheet in there I have found  irrelevant, un useful keywords, few keywords are
more then 10 words please check below

"zain ul abdin information works at burhan security services in london" ( more than 10words and irrelevant keywords as per the website services)

"how much do drugs dog handler get paid at gatwick airport" ( more than 10words and irrelevant keywords as per the website services)

Negative keywords sessions not accept these keywords. where can I restrict those type of  keywords ?

 

please let me know.

Thanks in advance...

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Hi Naidu,

You can pick words (terms) from these queries which are irrelevant and can block those since 10+ words queries can not be added.

For an example suppose drugs is not useful, you can add drugs and drug as negative broad.

 

Edit: You are fast Scott. Missed you reply!

Thanks
Neha

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Hi Naidu,

You'll need to strategically think of what shorter negative phrase will exclude these sort of searches without blocking your included keywords. So if your business has nothing to do with dog handlers you could include the negative keyword "dog handler" in either broad or phrase match to exclude that second search term for example.

I'd also suggest reviewing your match types in general as they are two very broad search terms that you have given as examples.

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Hi Naidu,

You can pick words (terms) from these queries which are irrelevant and can block those since 10+ words queries can not be added.

For an example suppose drugs is not useful, you can add drugs and drug as negative broad.

 

Edit: You are fast Scott. Missed you reply!

Thanks
Neha

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Great minds think alike Neha Smiley Wink

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