Collection page showing 2 pages with 2 seperate URL

Collection page showing 2 pages with 2 seperate URL

soumodigital
Visitor
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When searching this 

site:https://www.mobelhomestore.com/collections/beds

in google, it is showing 

https://www.mobelhomestore.com/collections/beds

 

&

https://www.mobelhomestore.com/collections/beds?page=2

 

The google search result is individual 2 pages for same collection

 

The attachment below

Please guide me how to resolve

Reply 1 (1)

flareAI
Shopify Partner
2405 223 541

Hello @soumodigital,

 

This is Gina from flareAI app helping Shopify merchants get $6Million+ in sales from Google Search, on autopilot.


The issue you are facing is that your collection page is being split into multiple pages, each with its own unique URL. This can create duplicate content, which can negatively impact your SEO and confuse users who find your website through search engines. You can do the following to resolve this issue.


1. Adjust the pagination settings
By default, Shopify will split collection pages into multiple pages based on the number of products in each collection. You can adjust the pagination settings in your Shopify admin dashboard by going to "Online Store" > "Preferences" > "Pagination" and changing the number of products per page. This may reduce the number of pages in your collection and consolidate your content.


2. Use canonical tags
You can add a canonical tag to the header of your collection pages to indicate to search engines which page is the original and should be indexed. This can help prevent duplicate content issues. To add a canonical tag to your collection pages, you can use a Shopify app or edit your theme's code.


The page https://www.mobelhomestore.com/collections/beds?page=2 should contain
<link rel="canonical" href="https://www.mobelhomestore.com/collections/beds">

 

instead of
<link rel="canonical" href="https://www.mobelhomestore.com/collections/beds?page=2">


3. Use rel="next" and rel="prev" tags
If you want to keep your pagination settings as they are, you can use rel="next" and rel="prev" tags to indicate to search engines how the pages are related. This can help consolidate your content and improve your SEO.


I hope these suggestions help you resolve the issue of your collection page appearing as separate pages with different URLs.


Gina

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