If authors on a site pick same keywords and end up on same page, could Google penalize site?
Has this ever been an issue, as this happens occasionally with certain topics?
Same keywords probably not, if you had the same words as in your article then yeah. But as far as using keywords no, thats all due to competition. Choose words with low competition, doesn't matter if someone else uses the same keyword because it would be impossible for someone to not use the same keywords as someone else
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