Hello guys, I found some info about keyword cannibalization. Basically, it means that you can't use the same focus keyword for 2 articles on your site because they would be both competing with each other in SERP. Is it correct? So I have a question because I can't figure out who to proceed with the basic on-page SEO for my blogs. I have a financial blog. There are pages that I optimize for particular keywords to rank better. And then there are pages like news pieces or overviews that somehow use the same keyword(s), but maybe not in the exact same density. Fo example, I have a category with posts about credit cards. I have guides on various credit card tips and issues optimized for particular long-tail keywords. But then I have credit cards reviews and news, and these posts too use the same keywords (like 'compare credit cards', 'best credit cards', etc.). I mean, how is it possible to never ever use the same keyword twice for a blog of some substantial weight (I mean the number of posts like hundreds)? If I had only like 30 posts optimized for main keywords, it would be possible. But with hundreds of posts? How do you go about this keyword cannibalization thing, guys? Or is it something I shouldn't worry about? Or maybe I don't get it right? Thanks in advance for your thoughts and tips!