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Two different keyword matches - which one gets the stats?
| 5:02 pm on Apr 12, 2007 (gmt 0)|
I'm guessing that when Google decides which keywords to display your ad with, it goes down the keyword match list you have specified and carries on until it finds a match (if at all).
What happens, however, when you have multiple matches. How do you know which one will have conversions, impressions and clicks attributed to it?
For instance consider the keywords AAA, BBB, CCC
if you had the following broad matches
AAA BBB CCC
And now searched for AAA BBB, which one of the above would get the stats?
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