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If the old page has decent content - i.e. it's not duplicating what you've put on your new page, but it complements it - interlinking the two articles could help. For example, on the old article, add a "You might also like..." section that links to the new article (and one or two others if you have a couple of other relevant but not identical posts). ...


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If you're ranking for terms that you feel are not relevant to the page, I'd review your GSC data on the page and see exactly how much crawlers are referencing "Cake" with my page. If I'm getting multiple instances of keywords containing "cake" there are two scenarios: There is relevant content and user behavior from the terms containing "cake". What could ...


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Do you really have "clothes.deals" in the body of your text 14 times? It would make more sense for it to be simply "clothes deals". Even so, if "clothes.deals" in considered one word, out of 2000 total words that's only a 0.7% KW density. I doubt that is high enough to affect your performance, especially since you say you are already ranking "#5". Would ...


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