After one week of the season the deer are all stirred up and moving or not moving to a new spot may be a crap shoot. If you are in an area that still has fresh sign, stay put. If there is an area that has not been hunted as hard,( that does not necessarily equal the number of bucks taken out of the area, just less traffic through the area) it may be worth a look and it gives you another area to get to know.
The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over again and expecting a different result.
If I read correctly you are in a ground blind. You may try moving your blind and camoflaging it a bit better by backing it into a thicket or tree trunk or even getting out of the blind and up in a tree in you area.
You can take a lot of precautions and spend a lot of money to try to be more successful but it truly comes down to being in the woods at the same time a deer goes within gun range. The more time you are in the woods the better those chances are. If you can be out and see the patterns the deer have and find where they eat, drink and sleep you will be money ahead. I always try to hunt around oak stands with a lot of acorns here in Illinois. When I go to public ground this is the first thing I look for is acorns near a creek.
As far as scent control, attractants etc. I have seen as many big bucks taken by guys who drink coffee or even smoke in a deer stand as those who have the fancy gear and keep it all in a special box and collect fresh urine from a captive doe in estrus by the full moon on days that have an R in them.
I took my buck this year while I was in the middle of laying out a snack on a rock next to me and text messaging my son! The buck was much more interested in the acorns than my trail mix and snickers.