Crawling behavior and performance of the site, as well as likely the performance of pages that are meant to be indexed and ranked by properly prioritizing their : increase in active indexable URLs 2. Set indexing rules based on supply and demand to avoid issues with duplication, cannibalization and index bloat Besides crawl budget, content is another important consideration for e-commerce SEO issues; in particular, we need to watch out for content duplication, cannibalization, and lightweight content. While we may want to control duplicate content generation
by ensuring that there is only one indexable (and crawling) URL per page, subcategory, and category, the reality is that we will likely end up in the following situation: a high share of pages with very little textual content, as well as very similar content between indexable fax number list pages: content issues The reason for this is that we will probably have category pages that display products similar to their subcategory pages, like in the example below. (This is especially true when there are many subcategories and not as many products.)
category overlays We may also have sub-category pages with a lot of overlap between them in terms of the products they offer. However, due to existing product lines, offers and user behavior, it is necessary to keep all such pages similar. The best way to avoid cannibalization (and overlap) of content between different levels of our site in a structural and scalable way is to organize their content differently based on their level of granularity (usually determined by the depth of the URLs).