Here is the unfortunate side of me making available a framework that anyone can follow: it's going to lead to a lot of competition.
Because the content you write is based on the Skyscraper Technique, you're going to see a lot of content over time that is similar to yours.
I don't mean your actual content but if you end up writing 19 Slimes You Can Make Today, don't be surprised if you see 23 Slimes You Can Make at Home Today show up in your Pinterest feed in a week.
It's just the nature of the beast.
What's going to be different is your writing and your perspective on things.
Most importantly, I want you to remember this one thing:
This is not a zero-sum game.
What I mean by this is that just because someone else is getting traffic today for a similar post that you wrote, that doesn't mean you can't get traffic tomorrow to the same post.
People aren't loyal to websites, they are loyal to themselves finding solutions to their problems.
As long as you're able to do that then you'll be good.
If you're the type that is going to be concerned about what others in your niche are doing and how sometimes it looks like what you're doing, then this probably isn't the framework for you.
You need to become someone that is continually going to strive to be better each day. It's the only way you're going to survive.