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Breaking: Google Ads to Phase Out Modified Broad Match
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Google announced today what is potentially a large change for certain paid search managers: the broad match modified version of keywords will be going away. Phrase match will now expand to cover broad match modified instances. Advertisers will not have to take any specific action. Performance data will stay where it is, but the new matching behavior will start to take place.
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With roughly 3. To make matters more difficult, Google announced last month that modified broad match is going away , which means some search queries will no longer be eligible to show based on the word order of that query. This means that advertisers will need to not only expand their keyword lists for exact and phrase match, but they will also need to embrace broad match.
In Hybrid Identity implementations, where objects and their attributes are synchronized between on-premises Active Directory environments and Azure AD tenants, integrity is key; When user objects on both sides have different attributes, or exist multiple times at one side, information security drops to critical levels fast. Upon provisioning an object from on-premises Active Directory to Azure AD, Azure AD performs additional actions one time, when compared to updating a user object. These two action are named:.