Hi, <----- Original Message ----- <From: "William Anderson" <neuro at well.com> <How many people actually search on URL tho ... you're keying a rare scenario <here. No, they search on company name, which is contained in the URL. There are several examples in my third post in this string for your convenience. <For goodness sake, if this concerns you so, then use a URL redirection <service to give people access to the site, e.g. tinyurl.com, so that your <precious URL is not exposed to the glare of the googlemonster. Stop blaming <the archive and think outside the box. I'm sorry I'm frustrating you with my inferior intellect here. Using tinyurl.com is actually a good idea, for those to come - shame about us idiots who made the mistake already.