Can I change my target keyword? after few days worked for a keyword?

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Hello Experts,

This is really important, I need help.

I am working for a certain keyword since few days. But I have found another keyword which is similar but little bit different than present keyword and also less competitive. I would like to change my target keyword.

Moreover Because the keyword is almost similar, So I don't need to change My SEO Title/ Description/ And URL. Because the new KW is already have in this 3 element. Can I do this? Is it ethical logically?

Please looking for experts advice..

Regards
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  • Profile picture of the author DABK
    Create a new page for the new keyword and send links to the 1st page and the new page with the new keyword as anchor text... Don't undo what you've done.

    Originally Posted by munna695 View Post

    Hello Experts,

    This is really important, I need help.

    I am working for a certain keyword since few days. But I have found another keyword which is similar but little bit different than present keyword and also less competitive. I would like to change my target keyword.

    Moreover Because the keyword is almost similar, So I don't need to change My SEO Title/ Description/ And URL. Because the new KW is already have in this 3 element. Can I do this? Is it ethical logically?

    Please looking for experts advice..

    Regards
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    • Profile picture of the author munna695
      Hello DABK,

      Thank you so much for your valuable advice, You wrote -

      "Create a new page for the new keyword and send links to the 1st page and the new page with the new keyword as anchor text... Don't undo what you've done."

      Ok, I will start work on another existing page I have already, but not used any keyword yet. I am sorry to say it's not clear to me what do you mean by send link to the 1st page,

      do you mean to send backlinks? Can you please explain a little more about what do you mean by 1st page?

      Grateful Munna.
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      • Profile picture of the author DABK
        I meant, send backlinks with the 1st keyword as anchor text to the 1st page and links with the 2nd keyword as anchor text... It is possible to rank a page for a keyword you didn't do onpage optimization for... Harder than if you did, but possible... With backlinks.

        Originally Posted by munna695 View Post

        Hello DABK,

        Thank you so much for your valuable advice, You wrote -

        "Create a new page for the new keyword and send links to the 1st page and the new page with the new keyword as anchor text... Don't undo what you've done."

        Ok, I will start work on another existing page I have already, but not used any keyword yet. I am sorry to say it's not clear to me what do you mean by send link to the 1st page,

        do you mean to send backlinks? Can you please explain a little more about what do you mean by 1st page?

        Grateful Munna.
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        • Profile picture of the author munna695
          Originally Posted by DABK View Post

          I meant, send backlinks with the 1st keyword as anchor text to the 1st page and links with the 2nd keyword as anchor text... It is possible to rank a page for a keyword you didn't do onpage optimization for... Harder than if you did, but possible... With backlinks.
          Thanks DABK, It's clear now. I will start work on it soon!
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    • Profile picture of the author paladinseo
      Originally Posted by DABK View Post

      Create a new page for the new keyword and send links to the 1st page and the new page with the new keyword as anchor text... Don't undo what you've done.
      dont make new page/post with almoust the same kw, u will split linkjuice, just slap the new kw in ur metatags and in the article/description all else leve it like it was
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      • Profile picture of the author DABK
        Actually, since Google shows 2 pages from the same site, you should have 2 pages for each keyword, so you can be #1 and #2 for that keyword.

        How do you split linkjuice if you create 2 pages with almost the same keyword?


        Originally Posted by paladinseo View Post

        dont make new page/post with almoust the same kw, u will split linkjuice, just slap the new kw in ur metatags and in the article/description all else leve it like it was
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  • Profile picture of the author Engineer2Blogger
    Your page already has its own google data now if it's been on the web for a while and subsequently indexed. I'd do what DABK suggested, make an entirely new article on subject keyword.

    Don't go around changing things
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  • This is quite interesting, I have gone over some old posts on my travel blog and I've changed main keywords (no keyword research when I wrote them).

    Still don't any traffic, I guess obscure temples and markets in Thailand are not that popular!

    How about changing keywords on a recent post, up to one month old?
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  • Profile picture of the author KylieSweet
    Creating different site pages but still related to your niche will be suitable for your new and related keyword phrases.
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  • Profile picture of the author Shreyasingh
    If you are doing SEO and want to rank many keywords then its for sure that you have to make other pages as well. But, remember that it should be linked with the main page of your website as it will help the other pages to get ranked quickly.

    Focus on different keywords alternately and make huge quality backlinks for all of them. It helps to initiate the juice flow within the website only. It will increase the Page Rank of a website as well.
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  • Profile picture of the author tekruiter
    Yes, you can change your targeting keywords. If its not done correctly in the link building activities of the website.
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