|Weekly SEO news: 26 September 2006|
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This week, we're taking a look at Google's supplemental results and how you can find out how many of your pages are listed in these results.
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Table of contents:
|1. How to get out of Google's supplemental results|
Google uses two indexes for its search results. The normal index and the supplemental results index.
What are Google's supplemental results and what's the problem?
How to find out if your web pages are in the supplemental results
How to get out of Google's supplemental results
Most web sites have pages in Google's supplemental results. It means that Google had difficulty to index these pages or that Google had other problems with these pages.
Most web sites have pages in Google's supplemental results. The easier you make it Google to index your web pages the more pages of your site will be listed in Google's normal results.
|2. Search engine news of the week|
|3. Articles of the week|
|4. Recommended resources|
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