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Supplemental and new pages

Postby Googlepray. » Tue Jul 04, 2006 3:17 am

Quick question for everyone that's experienced supplemental status on Google SERPs :
I thought that once the kiss of death on your pages (the supplemental tag) had been through - that was it for the domain unless sold, reviewed manually by google or a you were lucky enough to get lucky.

So having seen a rise in traffic for one of my domains I checked it out to find that a massive amount of new pages had been listed (10,000 odd) - none of which had been tagged with the 'supplemental' status.

Is this is a fluke or this is a quick win before a complete wipe?

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