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best way to cover all keyword variables?

     
4:51 pm on Oct 10, 2006 (gmt 0)

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I'm wondering what is the best way (is there a program - free?) that will take my 225 keyword phrases on adwords and allow me to cover things like plurals, mis-spells, ect. For instance: "blue widget" - "blue widgets", "blue widget s", "blew widget", "blew widgets", "bue widget"... this type of thing.

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5:49 pm on Oct 10, 2006 (gmt 0)

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There are numourous free sites to generate typos and wrap your keywords with "speech marks" or [square brackets], PM me for details (See WebmasterWorld T+Cs).
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I like to do all that stuff with a spreadsheet. Never found an easy way round it.
2:40 pm on Oct 11, 2006 (gmt 0)

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"I like to do all that stuff with a spreadsheet. Never found an easy way round it."

Same here mostly. It also leaves me with a backup copy of what I'm doing and facilitates bulk uploads when I take tested, effective stuff from G to other PPCSEs.

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Good point, Excel is great for this sort of thing. The concatenate function is your friend.
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Thank you all for your ideas :-) And special thanks to Quality for his emailed help

Andy :-)

 

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