Change my current keyword?

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  1. Jesperj

    Jesperj Power Member

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    Hello everyone

    Im running this hair blog site, and using the keyword "Hairfall treatments". But i cant find any info on this keyword if its high competition or low etc.
    Im in top 10 for the keyword on google, but its a fairly new site, and less than 100 backlinks. It just seems that this keyword dont yield to much traffic, 25-50 unique a day.

    Since i have so few backlinks, and its a rather new site, would it be stupid to try and promote for a new keyword phrase instead of the one i got already to attract some more traffic?

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  2. PicStar

    PicStar Registered Member

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    No, sites can rank for multiple keywords. If its in the same niche i.e to do with hair, then go for it.
     
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    Ok Great, but im using Wordpress, so changing my Keywords and that in there, wont that lose the original keyword?
     
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    Don't change your keyword, add new keywords... I have one site that is ranked on pg 1 of google for some 40 different keywords... all related of course.
     
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    Hair fall treatment 135,000 global searches a month?
     
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    yes but is "hair fall treatments" the same as "hairfall treatments"?

    I cant get the google tool to show me the right one, it keeps showing the "hair fall treatments" which aint my keyword, but "hairfall treatments" is.

    When i search in google, my website home page come up at top3, but when i use a tool to check it says top30. So im a bit confused.
     
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    If you have ranking for a keyword, don't remove it! Like others have said, add keywords to your site. If your page is full on keywords and it would make it look more spammy to add, make a new page to focus the new keywords.

    See, in this way, you can target an unlimited amount of keywords on a site, and have them do well, as long as they're all related to the same neighborhood of keywords
     
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    ^^ lol
     
  11. Jesperj

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    Btw, just added an affiliate banner for related product, had a 50% revenue sale after 5 minutes :D Sweet.. Starting to love this **** hehe
     
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    google does not like this keyword: "Hairfall treatments" just keeps pushing hair loss. Have you put some back links onto your article to see if you can get Google to accept it. It looks like a keyword used by someone who speaks English as a second language.

    This is an interesting use of keywords - targeting keywords (expressions) used by immigrants

    I have to stop drinking during the day ; )
     
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    Ah thats why i had a hard time finding results for it then. Will try something else then hehe