Most, If Not All, Supplemental Google Index Issues Resolved

Mar 23, 2006 • 8:31 am | comments (3) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google Search Engine Optimization

We have been reporting on the supplemental index issues reported at a series of WebmasterWorld threads, seems to have been almost completely resolved. Matt Cutts reports that "I think it has already improved quite a bit, and I would expect to see more pages indexed in the coming week or two." Which means that the big daddy update at Google should be completely rolled out shortly, as Matt reports here.

We’re down to just 1-2 data centers left in the switchover to Bigdaddy. It’s possible that the Bigdaddy switchover will be complete in the next week or two.

Forum discussion at WebmasterWorld.

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03/23/2006 03:12 pm

I think a lot of people would say that Matt has blinders on, when it comes to the supplemental issue being nearly solved. He describes the problem as being one in which pages aren't being crawled, but many can attest to the fact that the pages are being constantly crawled, but are never placed into the index. Sometimes, I think the G engineers see only what they want to see.

Barry Schwartz

03/23/2006 03:15 pm

Have you reported these issues to Matt. To be fair, he may not be getting these reports.


03/23/2006 03:58 pm

He's gotten reports.

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