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How would I exclude free (as broad match), but allow "free trial"?

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This one always confuses me...

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Re: How would I exclude free (as broad match), but allow "free tr

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Good morning.

 

If it were me, I would use free as a broad match keyword at the Ad Group level. I would separate my keywords advertising a free trial into a separate Ad Group, and not add the negative keyword there.

 

Or, I would avoid using free trial in my keywords, using it in my ad text, instead. It depends on how many of the people searching are actually searching using the words free trial.

 

Just a couple of thoughts....


Theresa
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Re: How would I exclude free (as broad match), but allow "free tr

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Good morning.

 

If it were me, I would use free as a broad match keyword at the Ad Group level. I would separate my keywords advertising a free trial into a separate Ad Group, and not add the negative keyword there.

 

Or, I would avoid using free trial in my keywords, using it in my ad text, instead. It depends on how many of the people searching are actually searching using the words free trial.

 

Just a couple of thoughts....


Theresa
Google AdWords Top Contributor
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