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About Keywords Match Types

MATCH TYPE
PUNCTUATION
WHAT TRIGGERS YOUR AD
Broad match
none
Words in your keyword, in any order, as well as words closely related to your keyword. For example: if your keyword is red flower, it's triggered by a search for red flower, flower is red, crimson flower.
Broad match modifier
+keyword
The word with the broad match modifier "+" must be in the search query or other input. For example: if your keyword is Hawaii +Hotels, its triggered by a search for Hawaii Hotels, but not Hawaii Rentals. To learn more, see The power of the broad match modifier.
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Phrase match
"keyword"
Words in your keyword in the same order as a customer's search query or other input—even if other words are present in that query. For example, if your keyword is "red flower", it's triggered by a search forbig red flower, but not yellow flower.
Exact match
[keyword]
Words in your keyword match a customer's search query or other inputexactly. For example: if your keyword is [red roses] its triggered by a search for red roses.
Content match
{keyword}
On pages in websites that are part of the content network, when those pages contain a word or words in your keyword, your ad title, or the ad text.

Example: Using Keywords matching options..........

Broad match
none
women's hats
include misspellings, synonyms, related searches, and other relevant variations
buy ladies hats
Broad match modifier
+keyword
+women's +hats
contain the modified term (or close variations, but not synonyms), in any order
woman's hats
Phrase match
"keyword"
"women's hats"
are a phrase, and close variations of that phrase
buy women's hats
Exact match
[keyword]
[women's hats]
are an exact term and close variations of that exact term
women's hats
Negative match
-keyword
-women
are searches without the term
baseball hats


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