robdwoods - 7:32 pm on Apr 26, 2010 (gmt 0)
I seem to be seeing the opposite of what most people here are seeing. The number of results for my site with the site: command have actually gone up significantly since the recent SERP changes (which also seem to have benefited us fairly significantly). Now we already block Google from indexing a lot of duplicate or very very similar pages which have little value. Could these types of pages which are on one hand crawled but then no actually included in the index be accounting for the discrepancies when looking at page totals in different locations? I'm not sure whether perhaps my site is acting different due to the fact that we have 000's of pages not tens or hundreds of 000's. Does this seem to be happening more with sites with large numbers of dynamic pages?