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Trying to get rid of negative search terms.

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The only way seems to be to be to add as a negative keyword, but some of them, like this one [vancouver marriott pinnacle downtown hotel safety picture post for workers], have more than ten words so they can't be added as a negative search term...? How can I block these searches?

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Accepted by topic author Joe B
September 2015

Re: Trying to get rid of negative search terms.

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Hi Joe, I may have missed the point of this question, but you don't have to include all the words in a negative.  If there's just one word that you don't want to match against your Keywords, you can just add that.


So in your example, if the unwanted word was "workers", you could just add workers as a negative Keyword and that would prevent that entire search term matching against your Keywords.

 

Jon

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Re: Trying to get rid of negative search terms.

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Thanks Jon, Yes that works, jus can't get rid of these long strings of text appearing in the search terms list, because they're too long to remove, makes me nervous!