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"Partial" broad match modifiers?

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Hello!

 

Can I create a broad match keyword like below:

 

transmission repair +North +Point

 

I.e. Google can treat "transmission repair" as normal broad match but user query MUST include "North Point"?

 

Thank you,

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Accepted by topic author Dmitry P
September 2015

Re: "Partial" broad match modifiers?

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Hi Dmitry,

Yes you can add keyword as you stated.

Thanks
Neha
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Is it possible to include an entire "North Point" part with a modifier? Something like:

transmission repair +[North Point]

or anything like that?


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Re: "Partial" broad match modifiers?

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Hi Dmitry,

Unfortunately at the moment it is not possible to combine different match types (broad, exact and phrase). You can only combine broad and modified broad matches. I.e. you can add '+' to some of the keywords in the broad match categories, but cannot combine any other symbols in the same query.

Hope this helps,

Yulia