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URL Character Limit in AV.com?
markd

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Msg#: 478 posted 5:00 pm on Mar 17, 2001 (gmt 0)

Hello all

Can anyone tell me if AV has a character limit for for submitted URLs?

Unfortunately, I am working with a long domain and some fairly detailed 2-3 word keyphrases. The pages which relate to these phrases are indexed, but they are not being returned in a search which uses them. In fact they are not figuring in the top 100 results for some quite specialised and (I would guess) non-competitive phrases.

The index page for the site is listed and when I click the 'more pages from this site' link I can see the keyphrase pages. However, it does seem that, at least visually on the screen, the keyphrase part of the URL is truncated.

I don't think its as simple as the pages not ranking well for AV's algo.

Thanks in advance for your thoughts.

Mark

 

Brett_Tabke

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Msg#: 478 posted 5:17 pm on Mar 17, 2001 (gmt 0)

127 has been my working theory...although anything over 64 appears to get buried real deep.

markd

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Msg#: 478 posted 1:18 pm on Mar 18, 2001 (gmt 0)

Thanks for you help Brett.

My URL's are about 57 characters (inc. [www...] and dashes etc) but still seem to be buried again the keyword search - even though the keywords are very 'niche'.

Guess it's a case of 'tweak and re-submit'.

Thanks again

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