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Supplemental Revisited
textex




msg:3307560
 3:34 pm on Apr 10, 2007 (gmt 0)

The Supplemental index is getting more confusing to me...

I add new content to my site on a daily basis. I rotate new article links from the homepage.

About 1/4 of my site is supplemental...and rising slowly. Pages that are supplemental are deep linked from other pages in the site. Pages in the same folder with fewer deep links, and less content are not supplemental.

Are there things that can be done to change a pages standing, getting it out of supplemental?

 

Bewenched




msg:3312719
 5:49 pm on Apr 16, 2007 (gmt 0)

So are we saying that pages may actually be in the index, regular or supplemental, regardless of what site: and inurl: command return?

Yup ... I have found several of our pages that show up in search results that dont show up in any of their online tools or commands. So maybe there are three statuses for sites. Live, Supplimental and Limbo?

textex




msg:3312785
 6:51 pm on Apr 16, 2007 (gmt 0)

Would make sense...
According to those tools our page count is dropping. However, we are adding new content daily and deep linking the site accordingly.

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