Ive got a hug which doesn't show up if i do a search on google, but does if i use phrase match.
Any ideas if this would mean if its in the supplemental index or not?
Google has removed the supplemental tag from the serp results, so it's difficult to tell what is in the main index. The best judge I have is if a page gets traffic from google or not.
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