Google says that they treat search queries as case-insensitive and all letters in a search phrase are always interpreted in lower case.
Unfortunately, Google searches are not case sensitive (or fold case) and hence most search results for Ram or RAM are about the “temporary” memory.
Are Google keywords case sensitive?
Upper case or lower case in keywords. No, it doesn’t matter and has not any effect, Google adwords is not case-sensitive. Keywords aren’t case-sensitive, which means they’re matched without regard to uppercase or lowercase letters.
Does capitalization matter in Google searches?
In the previous post, Google’s keyword tool combined the un-capitalized keywords and capitalized keywords, but the search showed a different resulting competing pages; thus Google considered them different keywords. Results: Other than that, capitalization doesn’t matter any more for SEO.
Are searches case sensitive?
Case-Sensitive Search. By default, search in IDOL Content is not case sensitive. This means that a search for a term matches other occurrences of that term, regardless of their case in the original document, and regardless of the case in which the search term is written.
How do I know if Chrome is case sensitive?
Perform Case-Sensitive Search in Google Chrome. The Find bar (Ctrl + F) in Firefox offers a “Match Case” option to help you perform case-sensitive searches on a web page. If you type “RAM” in the find box, the browser will only highlight the phrase “RAM” on that page and not Ram or ram.