I have one big dilemma in front of me and can't decide how to structure certain aspects of my site. I am not sure if this would cause the so-called "keyword cannibalization".
An example would be a Pizza site.
Imagine I have two silos one where I have long articles and technical information in detail about many aspects like different pizza cheeses different crusts and etc. The other would only be reviews - for instance the best Pizza in New Your the best pizza for vegetarians, etc.
Now if I have a long and thorough article about Italian Pizza in my first Silo. It's history, traditions, ingredients in detail, influences, etc. and another article in the second Silo where I review the place places for Italian Pizza would that cause keyword cannibalization?
Can I make this structure work by having citations from .edu and .gov sites in the article in the first silo and make it a long cornerstone content, then I would have links from it to the article in the second silo and boost it? Does this sound achievable and reasonable or the two articles would just fight each other?
How would you approach this if you want to have both an article for reviews that would monetize and a long technical articles for an authority content?