Well yeah, but when it comes to recommended entries, it's unlikely the algorithm is advanced enough to insert quotation marks as a search operator within sentences.
So if you say you have 'extensive experience in logo design relating to cats' then you're going to show up in all searches where people are looking for logo designers. You'll probably also show up in all searche related to cats, as long as it;s still in the design category. So cat drawings, cat-related stationary design etc. At that point, you'd probably say 'why do I keep getting invites for 'non-cat related logos?' or 'non-logo related cat design?'. Sure, you'll be top of the list if anybody is actually searching for cat related logos... but if the search terms had to be exact, then you wouldn't show up in searches for:
'Considerable experience in logo design relating to cats'
'Extensive experience in logo design relating to felines'
If that makes sense?!
@Rahul V wrote:
okay but no where did i mention print designing
No, of course you didn't, but the client likely searched for Graphic Design, not Print Design. To a client's mind a graphic designer does graphic design, how should the client know that "print design" is a different thing....
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