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We found there're a lot of "nn" alone with digits in the search queries report.
They don't seem to be from the actual search queries.
Could that these "nn"s were converted from some symbols from the original queries? If yes, from what symbols please?
Some examples from our search queries report below:
Hello Leon Lu,
In our reporting system the "nn" defines that search query that word being a number. So with the "nn", numbers alone for keywords will show up in your search query report. This is by design.
If you have another questions please let us know.
The "nn" appears directly before any keyword queries that are expressed as numbers. The system does this so that it can denote that what is about to follow the "nn" is in fact a number.
Hope this helps! :-)
Ricky Poole - Web Support Specialist
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Thanks a lot, Paul.
Is there any other design like this in the report? If yes, it would be great if there's a place listing all of them for reference.
Hello Leon Luo,
I will forward your feedback and see if we can have more information regarding reports and definitions.
This is by design? Why? What possible reason for that is there? Now you have to find-replace on all combinations of "nn#" digits zero through nine when doing search query reports with adCenter.