Voytex
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Two urls leading to one page. Is it ok?

Two urls lead to the same page. Is it ok or it's not good for SEO?


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voytex-enterprise.com/p/bedroom-set-snowy-white4/p-m3nzkxna/1/


voytex-enterprise.com/p/bedroom-set-snowy-white4/



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In your particular case you have two pages that are indexable, and each page has a different canonical url.  This also means Google is splitting the juice between the pages.

Make the canonical url the same for both pages.  This way Google give all the ranking juice to the appropriate page. 

I suggest you make this url the canonical >>> voytex-enterprise.com/p/bedroom-set-snowy-white4/

It is more seo friendly than the other page.

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This issue arises because your canonical tags are missing 

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Sorry but you're incorrect. He has canonical tags but as I stated above they are different. ( dropping links here is not acceptable behavior _
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Why is it always better to create separate pages for different language versions.

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I am going to explain by example....

Here is the same phrase in English German and Spanish

The exact same content is considered unique and different if it is in a different language.

Genau derselbe Inhalt gilt als einzigartig und unterschiedlich, wenn er in einer anderen Sprache vorliegt.

El mismo contenido exacto se considera único y diferente si está en un idioma diferente.

Another reason is this .....

What percentage of the world is bilingual 2020?

Monolingual:
A person knowing only one language (40% of world population)

Bilingual:
A person using or able to use two languages especially with equal fluency (43% of world population)

Trilingual:
A person speaking three languages fluently (13% of world population) Never mix languages on a page.

It confuses your visitors, and it confuses Google and other search engines as to whom your target audience is.

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