• http://www.seo-theory.com/wordpress/ Michael Martinez

    It’s a good recap and I appreciate Jill’s writing about the session. But I am increasingly concerned about the message coming from Google regarding Supplemental Results pages.

    Simply removing “Supplemental Result” from the SERP listings won’t change the fact that Google only partially parses and indexes the Supplemental Results pages (a fact Matt Cutts confirmed at SMX Advanced 2007 in Seattle).

    If Google does not begin fully parsing and indexing the Supplemental Results pages then they need to keep the designation visible so that users and Webmasters alike know there is something different in the data they are seeing.

    Otherwise Google will be engaging in a deceptive trade practice by deliberately and intentionally misleading people regarding the way they process and present Web data information.