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A major hospital website has thousands of pages indexed in Google, but there are some main pages that are not indexed. The site is run on a CMS, but there has not been any problems indexing (so it seems). What is the best way to get Google to see these other pages? Is it just a matter of doing better interlinking between internal pages? Or do I need inbound links from other sites?
Especially if the site is very large, a Google Sitemap file [google.com] can help googlebot locate more urls.
However, even if the urls get spidered, that's no guarantee they will make it into the index. With the larger sites I work with, I find it is extremely rare to get anywhere near every url into Google's index.