Does anyone know if a comma will corrupt a keyword phrase, or if Google ignores punctuation?
For example, if the keyword phrase is something like "paris france destinations" will Google see that phrase in a sentence like, "... your guide for Paris, France destinations" ?
yes, it will pick up your words, regardless of the comma. if you try that search yourself, you can see the different searches that appear.
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