(A) “dog treats”
(B) [dog treats]
(C) dog treats
(D) -dog treats
An exact match keyword is denoted by writing the keyword inside square brackets. So if your keyword is dog treats then the exact match modifier will be written as [dog treats].
The exact match modifier prompts your ads when the search query is an exact match with your keyword, or the search query means the same thing as your keyword and includes close variations of your keyword, like misspellings, plurals, and synonyms.
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