OK. I am going to reveal a little more of myself here...I want to get to the bottom of this supplemental result issue...
I run a podcast that highlights Independant Christian Musicians. www.freshworship.com
. Almost every page is in Google's supplemental index. Is this because of WordPress, or something else?
Here is some further info on the site:
I have made no attempt to optimze this site, and it is using WordPress as its platform.
The domain is about 9 months old. I have been active on it since September of 2006.
The written content is original, although there is some affiliate links for a few of the musicians. Also, there is little written content, as I wanted to keep the bulk of the "product" in the podcast. The blog is more of a quick recap of what happened on the podcast.
I use wordpress as my basic "CMS" on a few other sites, and I am noticing similar results. THe other sites are older than Fresh Worship, though. Can anyone shed some light on this problem?
Thanks in advance...