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New Pages Viewed as Supplemental
billygg




msg:769862
 1:39 pm on Oct 27, 2005 (gmt 0)

hey guys. So i have recently put up for the company i work for a handful of new domains. As a company we own over 300 domain names, all pretty good and relevant to the content on them. with in the last i would say 2 months till now, i have posted about 5 new sites. the longest (2 month ago) posted site has a relevant inbounds, and is crawled every couple days, Yet, all the subpages are recorded in google as supplemental. these pages are now 2 months old. this is very strange to me. each subpage has a hot spot link on the banner near the top, and a text link on the bottom, each routing to the page. these are very clean cookie cuter sites, a simple logo banner at the top with hotspots a body section, and a bottom nav with text links for easy crawling. We have over 100 of these sites already out there, that have been there for up to over 2 years. all are doing just fine. each site targets a different city, based on that product. just makes no sense that newly crawled subpages are tagged with supplemental, never used to be like that. the only page in the index that is not tagged like that is the index.html itself. any suggestions? is anyone else seeing newly added pages as supplemental as well? thanks guys.

 

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