I have this small wooden decorative key hanger with two hooks on the front (back side pictured below):
It has a sawtooth hanger on the back. I have been mounting it with a couple of nails (e.g. as suggested in How to hang a frame with a sawtooth hanger from a wall?), but because it's a key holder it gets moved around a lot, with keys being added and removed frequently. So over time the nails get loose and the key hanger tilts or can fall down. I think it's just drywall in the spot where I'm mounting it, in a small section of wall between the front door and a corner.
Should I put in a couple of anchored screws instead? How can I best ensure it stays put? Because if I just put two screws side by side it could still move around. I was considering adding another screw or nail in the top corner of the opening on the side to help reduce rotation, which probably would not be too noticeable.
Alternatively, should I remove the sawtooth hanger and replace it with something else?