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Avoiding Supplemental Results - How?

Discussion in 'Cloaking and Content Generators' started by DarkArts, Oct 19, 2007.

  1. DarkArts

    DarkArts Registered Member

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    One of my content generated pages has going to supplemental result lately, what do you guys do to avoid this?

    It seems that theres somekind of criteria of supplemental results because I put WP blog on the root of the same domain, and they still indexed.
     
  2. Nick Flame

    Nick Flame Executive VIP Premium Member

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    You are in the supplemental results due to the lack pagerank. Get some trusty links, not the usual spammy types one, and this should get you out of that.
     
  3. Ruck

    Ruck Guest

    Yo,

    Sorry I may be a bit slow. You did say content generated pages? But you also said that you had a blog on the root. Are you saying that you have content generation on this blog...or that you have content generation other than the root eg-- site/blog on folders or subdomains.

    I apologize, please clarify.
     
  4. DarkArts

    DarkArts Registered Member

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    The content generated pages are on subdomain, while the WP blog on the main domain. Sorry for the lazy english :D
     
  5. Ruck

    Ruck Guest

    Hey that's no problem,

    I just needed to be sure before I go on this rant here.

    Normally,

    I would have to know what your linking structure is like. Are you submitting these subdomains to directories or anything like that? If you are then how many subs at a time do you submit and how many subs total do you have?

    Also, if you interlink from root to subdomain then there would be no need to submit the subs as the engines will naturally find the links thru the updated content of the blog.

    Personally I think subdomains are a lot of work but discuss your linking structure (inbounds) and let's see if we can determine a problem and then a solution.
     
  6. superuser

    superuser Newbie

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    If your content generated pages have almost similar content then Google might believe that these add no real value to its index [ and to your site visitors ] and therefore such pages make it to the supplemental result.
     
  7. DarkArts

    DarkArts Registered Member

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    Haven't visited this board often lately. Anyway, I have added some backlinks in deep directories, bookmarked them, digg a little and voila... the pages are back in the SERP. Thanks for the help guys :)
     
  8. Ruck

    Ruck Guest

    Hey thanks for your reply:),

    Now we might have us all a little guide
    and better understanding when we drop as well.

    Good news on getting back up!!
     
  9. eljugo

    eljugo Newbie

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    important to balance links from outside sources to your internal pages.. this helps with pulling pages out of supplimental..