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If I use the low competitive keywords whose monthly searches also about 50. Should I need to rank those for organic search?
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  • Profile picture of the author chyan007
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    Originally Posted by harris96 View Post

    If I use the low competitive keywords whose monthly searches also about 50. Should I need to rank those for organic search?
    To be honest you do not need to for eg my main keyword for which i am trying to rank is paleo diet and suppose i am ranking on the first page of google for this

    lets take a sub keyword for eg paleo diet for women ,In all likelyhood i will be ranking for this keyword also even though i have not optimized my site for this

    It is because google thinks you are an authority for paleo diet and will reward you for sub keywords also

    Hope this helps
    Chyanit
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    • Profile picture of the author bagteshfashion
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    • Profile picture of the author SahaayNisha
      Yes, The answer given by Chan requires little bit more explanation. If you're targeting a keyword food diet and you are on the first page, then there is no need to do SEO for other secondary keywords like food diet for men, women, etc. But if you are not ranking for any keyword, then you have to SEO for those keywords which are having only 50 searches per month.
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  • Profile picture of the author hrishivardhan
    Yes, using less competitive keywords, you will be ranked in Google. You should try SEO techniques to rank those keywords in SERPs for your website.
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    • Profile picture of the author DABK
      The question is: are you #1 for those other keywords just because you're number 1 for the main one?

      Sometimes, it happens that way. Sometimes, you're #1 for the main keyword but #8 or #4. Should you do SEO to move to #1? That depends on how satisfied you are with the results you're getting from being #8 or 4.

      Originally Posted by chyan007 View Post

      To be honest you do not need to for eg my main keyword for which i am trying to rank is paleo diet and suppose i am ranking on the first page of google for this

      lets take a sub keyword for eg paleo diet for women ,In all likelyhood i will be ranking for this keyword also even though i have not optimized my site for this

      It is because google thinks you are an authority for paleo diet and will reward you for sub keywords also

      Hope this helps
      Chyanit
      Originally Posted by SahaayNisha View Post

      Yes, The answer given by Chan requires little bit more explanation. If you're targeting a keyword food diet and you are on the first page, then there is no need to do SEO for other secondary keywords like food diet for men, women, etc. But if you are not ranking for any keyword, then you have to SEO for those keywords which are having only 50 searches per month.
      Originally Posted by hrishivardhan View Post

      Yes, using less competitive keywords, you will be ranked in Google. You should try SEO techniques to rank those keywords in SERPs for your website.
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    • Profile picture of the author spseopro
      Yes . Why not? No way automatic ranking this search volume under 50 or under 10.
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  • Profile picture of the author ddesigns
    Yes, try with less competitive words, this will help you to rank higher, no matter if the search amount is low, this was you can move on for ranking other low comp keywords. Best of luck.
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