youfoundjake - 3:41 am on Aug 5, 2007 (gmt 0) Jake
I mentioned the change in position particularly because my positions in yahoo and msn seem to remain pretty consistent. With regards to my pages that were in the supplemental index, the majority of them are pages that appear as number 1 for those particular search terms, which kind of raises a question for me due to a lack of knowledge on this...
If pages in the Supplemental index in and of themselves rank very well, say the top 10 results, can that influence the pages that may not rank in the top 10?
The lower profile pages, (read-non holy grail search phrase) are still unique enough in content to be consistently #1 out of 1 or 2 million. Granted, those pages were at the top while being flagged supplemental, but maybe they didn't pass any "juice" to the pages in the main index because they were in the supplemental index. Makes sense? Or am I just pontificating?