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Matt cuts said, only a few days ago, that those would be fixed in various software updates in the coming days and weeks.
There are also the normal cleanup operations where old pages are actually removed from the Supplemental index, rather than still being there in the database bur just removed from that particular visible search reesult.
Now the pages are fully indexed in msn, yahoo, but
After i re submitted the sitemap, google promptly dropped the most recent caches and reverted to caches 1 or two months older,
This has happened quite a few times now, what then happens the caches very slowly catch up, hence unless there are no updates by me, the cached pages are permanently 2/3 months outta date
Does this sound familiar to anyone?
However, when I search for my name, all of the posts still come up because the old version of the page has been cached, even though the page in the Normal index is OK (posts have been removed from the threads). These are all in the Supplemental Index too. In short, if someone searches for my name and doesn't click on the cached version of the page, there isn't a problem. If they do, they can see all of the crazy stuff this guy posted.
Is this just a matter of waiting for the pages to be recrawled and the caches to be updated and the Supplemental results to be removed? I have noticed that most of the pages were cached around March/April this year. Do I just have to wait for them to be crawled again? How long does this usually take? Thanks so much.
My traffic and earnings shot up through the roof over the last 4 days and really gets you pumped up, that all the hard work you put in is starting to pay off, and then POOF - they pull it all away again.