Creating a Google sitemap has never been easier. Just upload and tell Google where to find it.
What is a Sitemap?
A sitemap is a list of pages of a web site accessible to crawlers or users. An XML Sitemap is a structured format that a user doesn’t need to see, but it tells the search engine about the pages in your site, their relative importance to each other, and how often they are updated. XML Sitemaps have replaced the older method of “submitting to search engines” by filling out a form on the search engine’s submission page. Now web developers submit a Sitemap directly, or wait for search engines to find it. This is the fastest way to get Google to index your content.
- Automatically collects information about your last 5000 published stories (Google’s Initial limit) and tells Google the url structure and other information for indexing.
- Automatically adds newly published stories into the xml file for Google to index.
- Installs in seconds and requires no configuration.
- Works on more then just Google. You can submit your Sitemap to any search engine that accepts XML Sitemaps.
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