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How is the "no single keyword" rule enforced in Japanese?

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Single keywords are not allowed. It seems that AdWords does this by searching for spaces. But in Japanese, there are no spaces between words. What does one need to do exactly in order to comply with the rule?

 

Thank you for any help

Christoph

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How is the "no single keyword" rule enforced in Japanese?

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Can I refer you to a previous discussion on this topic, in the hope you'll find some sort of answer there?

 

https://www.en.advertisercommunity.com/t5/Google-Ad-Grants/Single-Keyword-Translation/td-p/1633741

 

Quoting what GooglerMichelle said:

 

"We understand.  We see this in various languages (German, Swedish, Dutch, Japanese to name a few).  We're partnering with German Googlers and translators as we audit."

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How is the "no single keyword" rule enforced in Japanese?

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Can I refer you to a previous discussion on this topic, in the hope you'll find some sort of answer there?

 

https://www.en.advertisercommunity.com/t5/Google-Ad-Grants/Single-Keyword-Translation/td-p/1633741

 

Quoting what GooglerMichelle said:

 

"We understand.  We see this in various languages (German, Swedish, Dutch, Japanese to name a few).  We're partnering with German Googlers and translators as we audit."