15 Nov 11
10 Jan 12 10:06 pm
I Realized My Page Is Targetting The "Wrong" Keyword
I have one page on my site that has generated 1 sale and is currently sitting on 13th spot in google for it's main keyword with 480
exact searches/month (it is together with another page the only two pages that has generated any sale so far).
For the records the main keyword only has 1 other related kw that I could target. But 480
local searches is still OK and I would like to keep it as I will probably hit 1st page soon and that could hopefully still generate a sale every now and then.
However.. I found two other similar kw's that I could target with 1 page and they have 1000
exact searches/month. A great number for me.
To get a better picture of the keywords It would look something like this:KW 1
(my main keyword I am targeting atm): Nike XCS 17KW 2
(the new kw): Nike XanCeys SportKW 3
(the new kw): Nike XanCeys
As you can see the new keywords has 1 term that is exactly the same as the one I am currently ranking. The other two is not related.
BUT, my current page has the domain name: http://domainname.com/nike-xcs-17-xanceys-sport
So it basically contains the other keywords that I just found. The page itself also mentions "Nike XCS 17 XanCeys Sport" a few times in the content.
So, what do I do? Do I:
Edit my current post to target my new keywords and forget about the other one?
Add another review similar to my current one and target my new keywords?
I am desperately looking for answers. Please share your opinion!