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Searcher

Search terms should describe the Web site itself - not the searcher, nor the person who would use the product, service or information.

Example

: A Web site promoting tax software might want to bid on the term "accountants" in order to attract people in that profession. However, because users searching on that term may actually be looking for accountants to hire, the term is only acceptable to sites where accountants are available.

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