Semji allows you to easily find out if you have already written one or several pieces of content for your main keyword.
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Why create cannibalization warnings?
Content cannibalization can have a major impact on your SEO strategy.
Indeed, if you write several times on the same keyword, Google may not know which page to position and will either position the least strategic one for you, or will not position any of them.
With Semji, you can easily check if you have already written content for this main keyword with the help of a cannibalization warning. This warns you if one or more pages have already been written for a keyword. This will help you save time.
This warning helps you keep track of the different content you write so you don't create new drafts on the same keyword.
You'll avoid wasting time writing several articles that target the same search intentions.
By using a filter, you can find the pages affected by cannibalization.
Note: The warning displayed in the Schedule or Pages tab does not prevent you from creating new content or optimizing it if the keyword is identical. It's only a warning to make you aware of the situation.
This warning is also visible when you create a new draft with a main keyword already identified in a piece of content on the platform (when importing a URL for example). But the warning will also appear when changing a keyword.
How does a cannibalization warning work in Semji?
To help you easily identify keywords that are already included in a page or draft, Semji displays a warning to the left of the main keyword in the Pages and Schedule tab.
By clicking on the warning you can know the cannibalization type, if it concerns one or more pages or drafts.
To know more precisely which contents are affected, click on "X pages" or "X drafts" to get a filtered view on the main keyword.
You can now spot which keywords have already been processed thanks to the cannibalization warning.