|3 words, any order, best way to do this?|
need help with combinations
| 12:34 am on Jun 9, 2010 (gmt 0)|
We have some resources that we've developed in response to a new initiative in my country. The initiative has the name "Widget, Wodget, Wadjet". From the site logs I can see that users are mixing the order of the terms - so I'm seeing "Wodget, Widget, Wadjet" and "Wadjet, Widget, Wodget"
What is the best way to advertise on this phrase and the variations?
I could do 6 phrase matches:
Widget, Wodget, Wadjet
Widget, Wadjet, Wodget
Wodget, Wadjet Widget
Wodget, Widget, Wadjet
Wadjet Widget, Wodget
Wadjet, Wodget, Widget
But is there a simpler way to achieve the same outcome?
| 1:17 pm on Jun 9, 2010 (gmt 0)|
It's only six phrases so why not use all six?
| 10:37 pm on Jun 9, 2010 (gmt 0)|
Yes very good point LucidSW.
I thought I might have missed a special way of doing combinations.