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Matt comes up with some astonishing numbers regarding indexed pages before/after supplemental was removed.
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from Gab 2533 Days ago #
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Funny, I was just studying Yelp the other day. I’m sure Rand and co are pleased with that :).BTW, Matt, how do you have the old data? I can’t believe you just stored it somewhere for future use..

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from g1smd 2533 Days ago #
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 There have been some other factors in play for some of the numbers.Google has been getting the counts badly wrong for some types of search for the last couple of weeks, but they seem to have fixed those problems in the last couple of days.

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from MattMcGee 2532 Days ago #
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@Miriam - thanks for submitting. :)@Gab - I don’t know how to answer that delicately. Some of those are either past clients or competitors of past clients, and so I had/have the data because of that.

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from MiriamEllis 2532 Days ago #
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My pleasure, Matt! :)

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from Drupal 2531 Days ago #
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Excellent post. Sphunn!

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from incrediblehelp 2518 Days ago #
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SI has not been removed, just the tag and crappy operators dont work.  Pages that are more relevant are still failing to rank above pages that are less relevant.

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