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Google indexes first 101K "sometimes"



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GoogleGuy Says







PostPosted: December 15, 2003 1:57 AM 

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GG points that Google indexes only the first 101K of a page. This is well known and can be seen from the stated size of each page in the SERPs and from the cut-off point in the cache copy. What I find interesting is that GG uses the word "sometimes"...hmmmmmm.

GoogleGuy Says: [Link to quote]

DRGather, the hundred links guidelines is a suggestion because we sometimes only index the first 101K of a page. So if the site map page is < 100K, you're probably okay. If it would be more, you could break it into alphabetical chunks, or you could also do it chronologically. If you've got that much data, I'd think about how a user would want to see it presented--categories? Maybe a taxonomy? As long as the links are static, Googlebot will often scarf up lots of pages.



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