Why is google indexing my site and blog separately for keywords?

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If I type in a keyword search (in this case "youth speakers" on google.com.au) it is coming up with 2 pages from my site on page 2 of google - my blog and a related page in the site. Two is better than one or none! but I would prefer I moved up the rankings and it directed customers to one page. How can I do this?

Below are the links
Blog on youth speaker
page on youth speaker

Thanks
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Grahak Perth

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Hello Grahak

While it won't be possible to tell Google in which order to display pages of your website, search engines will always rank pages based on the relevance of the keywords used on a particular page. The fact that your blog pages comes up first shows you that blogs are very relevant for search engines because they provide new and fresh content whenever they're updated. Maybe you haven't updated your page as much as your blog, or you use more relevant key words in your blog than on your page.

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