Additional pages are a challenge for all SEO (search engine optimization) professionals. It is about Google’s supplementary pages. A supplemental result is a URL that is in Google’s supplemental index. The index is a secondary database that has pages with less or no page rank and what is considered minor search engines, basically when a page has less recoil of the next entry, which gets a lower rank.
So now the main and supplementary pages are indexed in the pages of a website. If a page rank is too low, Google will drop your main index page and appears as a complementary result. The label “Supplemental Result” used to be displayed at the bottom of a search result by July 2007.
The Google Supplemental index pages first appeared in the summer of 2003. SEO specialists were confused for some time. Most new sites are in the Sandbox even sense your pages are indexed by the search engine. This may be because most web pages are in supplemental index.
But many authorities say that Google have a supplemental page is not really a bad thing. When there are not enough pages in the main index page supplement can get returned for a search.
What can be done to avoid filling the pages? Here are several reasons to get up on the results.
- Duplicate content
- Lower PageRank
- Lack of confidence
- High Page Count
- Page Freshness
Duplicate content is not the cause but a side effect of the additional results. What is the cure for this disease? Primary solutions include increasing the back links, doing internal restructuring bonds, maintenance of unique content management and trust.
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