If you surround your keywords in brackets for example, [tall Spanish man] your ad will only appear when a user searches for that exact phrase, in this order without any other terms in the query. With exact match you will get convertible quality traffic, and maybe just maybe find true amor.
Broad Match This is for the less fussy dater – put in a specification of your type wants tall, dark, Spanish man, likes walks in the park and poetry and does not mind if a Tall, dark, too many bacon sarnies later, builder from Brixton replies. If your ad group contained the keyword , in any order and possibly along with other terms.
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Negative Keywords This is a good way of deterring freaky types and time wasters men that wont convert- away from your ad…. Negative keywords are especially useful if your account contains lots of broad-matched keywords.
This will save you both embarrassment and money on hair removal cream!!! (phew) To find true amor you need to determine what you want from your ad- do you want: 1.