Paul Burke wrote:
> On Tue, 2 Aug 2005 22:53:56 +0100, "Dan Pickard"
> <daniel.pickard@NoSpamfast-trak.net> wrote:
>>Thanks for the advice. To be honest, I am not really concerned with PR
>>for these pages, I just want to make sure that they are indexed by the
>>major search engines.
>>The site is SAP related so we could make the pages flow by module giving
>>a bit of structure. From what I see on Google, they like less then 100
>>links so I was going to go with 80 or so.
> Hi Dan
> I have two site maps on one of my sites. Both have around 2300 links
> on them. Both are cached and with PR.
> I think the 100 links or less is old hat nowadays.
Yes, I agree. Some pages with ~200 links get indexed just fine even though I
try to stick to 100. Remember that too many links in a single page are a
burden to a user with a dial-up connection or little RAM.
> Different kettle of fish if it were a "links" page though.
Aren't these very artificial pages though? Search engines might suspect that
these pages are "up to no good".
Roy S. Schestowitz