Spring out of Supplemental Index with Google Sitemaps?

Jul 7, 2005 • 2:52 pm | comments (1) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google Search Engine Optimization
 

I have been searching the forums for a solid, positive sign, brought from implementing Google Sitemaps for a site that is already fully indexed. Member Relevancy at Search Engine Watch Forums posted a response stating;

Something else that appears to be cool with Google sitemaps is tht it appears to take pages out of the supplemental results. I just recently added a sitemap for one of my sites that was fully in the supp index and a few days later half the pages got taken out.

Now, sites within the supplemental indexed are arguably not fully indexed. But I know tons of developers have issues getting these sites out of that index. If it is as simple as feeding Google a Sitemaps file, then it might be worth the effort.

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Comments:

kubano

07/08/2005 12:27 pm

our main site was running out-of-bizz for 3 months, having all pages only partially indexed (without title and description). After feeding the Sitemap to Google, we came back from only 700 to 15.000 pages fully indexed. I really think that Sitemap was the solution to their 302 hijacking bug.

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