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If I want to put ads only in gmail, the keywords I need to trigger my ads must content 2 words appear in the content of the email.

 

Say I would like to trigger my ads only in gmail when there both keywords

1) apple 

2) orange

appear within the content of the same email.

 

If only one keyword appear would NOT trigger my ads.

 

Please let me know how to set up my keywords 

 

Thanks

David

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You can use [apple orange]
This will ensure to trigger your ads for keywords apple orange. It won't trigger ads for any of the keywords.

If you use "apple orange"
This will trigger keywords which contain both apple and orange as a phrase. for example, it will trigger keywords such as apple orange market, apple orange bucket, apple orange balls...etc.

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Hi, you can use phrase and exact matched keywords to trigger these sort of keywords. So they would appear accurately.

Siva.

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Dear Siva,

Thanks for your reply.
If I use exact match for both keywords need to appear in the content of email, can I use keyword command :

[apple] + [orange]

as the keyword phrase.
Please advice.

Thanks
David
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You can use [apple orange]
This will ensure to trigger your ads for keywords apple orange. It won't trigger ads for any of the keywords.

If you use "apple orange"
This will trigger keywords which contain both apple and orange as a phrase. for example, it will trigger keywords such as apple orange market, apple orange bucket, apple orange balls...etc.