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March 22 2015


How To Create And Submit A Sitemap To Google


This Post is to show the best way to create and submit a website map to google.. First of all ,
What Is Google Sitemap?. - blog

Google site map is a file in XML format that have all your website links or pages.. Its a fantastic seo tool for webmasters mainly because it makes google to understand all your website pages.
I also want to make it known that submitting your sitemap to Google does not guarantee site/blog ranking .. Its only for Google to have usage of your pages for crawling ..
How do you Create A Sitemap..

> If you make usage of Wordpress blog, there are several Seo Plugins that can automatically create and submit your site map to google for example All in one Seo Plugin , it'll do all the work in your case.

> If your make use of blogger blog, exactly like it , then your need to online in Google Webmaster Tool , then Login to your account with blogger/site details.. Visit the sitemap link and you shall find some useful details and instructions to create your sitemap .

> Those with static website, you will need to Create your sitemap manually..
No problem by using an Online Sitemap Generator ,

Remember you'll want to create Webmaster Tool Account before you can submit your site as well as verify the ownership of your respective site , its only you will subsequently be able to submit your site map manually.
How to Submit Your Sitemap To Google..

Logon to your webmaster Tool account, click on Crawl and Select site map.

Select Add/Test Sitemap

Next is to submit the file name of the sitemap you created , it will look like SITEMAP.XML

please if you make use of WordPress plugin in creating your sitemap, visit the plugin settings within the admin panel. There is an name of the sitemap there.

If you are done then, click and submit the sitemap and you have successfully created and submitted your sitemap to google! Now Google has an up-to-date listing of all your pages.

Google will automatically re-crawl your website once you make any new update...

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