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Last edited 4/10/19
Using phrase match: I have 90 keywords each containing a location i.e. "pizza delivery churchlands".
Using the Ad Preview and Diagnosis tool, when I’m searching ‘pizza delivery churchlands’, I find that the related ads are appearing. If I search ‘churchlands pizza delivery’, sometimes it appears and sometimes I get the above message. I believe the issue seems to be the way the location is being used in the search phrase.
When I get the above message I also get "Because your query includes location terms, ads matching this location are shown: 6018, Western Australia, Australia", which shows the search location criteria is correct. If I refresh the search, the answer doesn't change.
If I set up a keyword: "churchlands pizza delivery", under the status column, I am told that the keyword has a Low search volume. Competitors Ads are appearing. Anyone have any ideas?
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