Google maintains two split up sources of indexed web-pages. The main index holds billions of pages, and this where many serp's come from. The second is called the 'Supplemental index,' and hunters will never see these pages until they devote long and specific key-words that are relevant only with a extra list page.

For that reason, do not assume any pages in the Supplemental catalog t..

Prepare to pay some time enduring, if your site is in Google Purgatory.

Google keeps two separate listings of indexed web pages. The key index holds vast amounts of pages, and this where most serp's originate from. The second is named the 'Supplemental index,' and searchers may never see these pages until they place in long and certain key-words which are related only with a additional index page.

Thus, do not expect any pages within the Supple-mental catalog to get any major traffic from Google.

Head to Google and run the standard problem to find out whether your site in found – site:yourdomain.com. If you see the words 'Supplemental Result' following a page dimension, that page is in the Supplemental effects.

Listed below are logical reasons for your pages to be within the Supplemental results:

1. I learned about Pet Smell Removal: Eliminating Chemicals by browsing Bing. Your page is identical content.

2. Your website does not have any real, original material.

3. The site is orphaned - that is, there're no links to it.

4. Your site's material continues to be 'scraped' – that is, you have only copied se results pages or modified RSS feeds to static HTML pages.

5. You've used spammy techniques to promote your site.

6. Your page appears to occur only to make Adsense income. Make use of the page-to offer some thing.

7. Your page application provides URLs with a 'SessionID.'

8. Your site's pages are dynamically generated – and timed out when Googlebot was visiting your website.

9. Your dynamically generated page URLs incorporate '&ID' or ? . 1-0. Your dynamically made URIs have parser mistakes that induce poor HTML. 1-1. Your content management system gives exactly the same content on pages with different URLs. Hdo you will get out-of Purgatory? Repent, correct them and experience for the sins. 1. If your website is dynamically created do anything you can to eliminate timeouts, increase server performance and to eliminate parser mistakes. If at all possible, remove URIs with ? and '&' included.

2. Make your HTML page updated and technically perfect. Update to XHTML. Remove all deprecated components such as the draw. Use Cascading Style Sheets in the place of tables to lay out your pages. Check always all your pages with the W3C validator (http://validator.w3.org/) or similar device and correct all mistakes.

3. Eliminate identical and scraped content.

4. Put original information.

5. Place Adsense signal below your content.

6. Make certain that all pages you want indexed have links to them.

7. Get listed in directories that allow 'deep' links to pages below your house page. Listed here is one list: http://www.directorycritic.com/deep-links-directory-list.html.

8. Get listed in directories Google loves and trusts: Yahoo!, Open Directory Project, Uncover the Net, Site Sift, Best of the Web, Microsoft SBD, http://Business.com, JoeAnt, Skaffe, http://GoGuides.Org and LinkCentre.

9. Start a blog and connect to a different inner page (with real and new content-in your blog entry) every-day.

1-0. Write and distribute posts with links to different interior pages in-the source boxes.

11. Post useful information in discussion forums and, where suitable and useful, post links for your inner pages.

1-2. Keep your Google Sitemap current.

13. Should you trade links with other webmasters, do this only with non-spammy, related sites. And encourage them to connect to your inner pages.

The easier you make it for Google to investigate, find, like and trust all pages within your website, the more likely you're to prevent or (in time) escape the Supple-mental effects.

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