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Is Your Content Eating Itself Alive? — eHealthcare Strategy & Trends

Competition is an essential part of healthcare marketing — it leads to innovation, helps improve the customer experience, and (hopefully) staves off complacency. In the battle for ranking in digital healthcare marketing, there is one competitor organizations should never go up against: themselves.

Unfortunately, companies don’t just compete but get eaten alive, by their own digital marketing efforts, in part, because of content cannibalization. Content cannibalization, sometimes called keyword cannibalization, is a process in which a website devours its own presence within search engines. This typically happens when a single website has multiple pages targeting the same keyword or theme. By targeting the same keywords, your pages are forced to compete with one another, bringing down the ranking potential of each page.

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