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3 Sneaky Ways to Bid on Competitor Keywords

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It is possible to bid on competitor brands and get decent quality scores and traffic, so here are three sneaky ways to bid on competitor keywords. it is possible to bid on competitor brands and get decent quality scores and traffic. Here are three sneaky ways to bid on competitor keywords. 0 Comments

Bing Ads Launches Close Variants for Broad Match Modifiers

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Broad match modifiers help advertisers control the intent of users seeing ads, but Bing says advertisers may have been missing out because of grammatical errors in queries. Broad match modifiers help advertisers control the intent of users seeing ads, but Bing says advertisers may have been missing out because of grammatical errors in queries. 0 Comments

Google Trends Updates Accommodate Misspellings and Different Meanings

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Several updates have been announced for Google Trends, making the data it provides more useful. It will now work to determine user intent where there is more than one meaning for a word and will take misspellings into account, among other updates. Several updates have been announced for Google Trends, making the data it provides more useful. It will now work to determine user intent where there is more than one meaning for a word and will take misspellings into account, among other updates. 0 Comments

Inside Bing's Spell Checker

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Search engines auto-correcting your spelling mistakes is almost expected nowadays. Recently Bing gave a sneak peak of what goes into making a great spell checking engine and how it makes search feel like magic to its users. Search engines auto-correcting your spelling mistakes is almost expected nowadays. Recently Bing gave a sneak peak of what goes into making a great spell checking engine and how it makes search feel like magic to its users. 0 Comments

Google's Search Quality Meeting Video: Where's the Beef?

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Google has released an "uncut" 8-minute video of a search quality meeting to show the process of how Google improves its search engine. However, the video is hardly revealing – I wish they'd give us search marketers a little bit more meat. Google has released an "uncut" 8-minute video of a search quality meeting to show the process of how Google improves its search engine. However, the video is hardly revealing – I wish they'd give us search marketers a little bit more meat. 0 Comments