Two pages for almost the same keyword

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by youtalkmedia, Mar 6, 2013.

  1. youtalkmedia

    youtalkmedia Senior Member

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    Hey,
    I was wondering what is better to do:

    I have 2 keywords lets say they are:
    "Can kids eat playdough"
    "Can Children eat playdough"

    The first gets 1k searches a month, the second gets 500 a month.

    Should I make a page for each of them saying the same thing (different text oc) or should I make one page and try to get both terms on the same page?

    ATM I have a page for the first one, and I am 2nd spot for the first term, and 6th for the second. Would it be easier to add to the first page, or to make a second page?

    Thanks.
     
  2. ChEcKeD

    ChEcKeD Senior Member

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    Make one page, Google doesn't like duplicate content.
     
  3. clouds

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    Make tons of pages with unique contents on each page. You'll be amazed. :)
     
  4. Swifty

    Swifty BANNED BANNED

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    I make pages for every 2 or 3 keywords I want to get ranked on google
     
  5. TomTastic

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    I never pick 2 keyword's for 1 page just pick 1 keyword for every page and write quality content.
     
  6. RangerEsq

    RangerEsq Regular Member

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    I disagree. Don't focus on one keyword because you need diversity. I usually do at least 10 keywords per page, plus some random words (truly random, not just "click here" which everyone uses as a random word). Force-feeding the same keyword looks unnatural.