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Google Sitemaps is an Easy Way to Improve Your Site Coverage in the Google Index

Google Sitemaps is an easy way for you to improve your exposure in the Google index. It does not mean that to give preferences to these sites, which are submitted. It's a shared crawling system that enables you to communicate directly with Google to keep google informed of all our web pages, and when you make changes to these pages.

Participating in this is free. But Inclusion is not guaranteed.

What you get with Google Sitemaps:

  • Crawl coverage will be better to help people find more of site web pages
  • Search results are fresh
  • We can provide exact information about all web pages, like how frequently a page changes or when a page was last modified.

Google Sitemaps are used to inform direct google crawlers, to expand coverage of the web and speed up the research and addition of pages to google index.

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How to submit a sitemap to google

We can submit your sitemap to google as stated below

1.You need to have a Gmail account. Using your Gmail user name, log into this link http://www.google.com/webmasters/sitemaps/login

2.You have to submit your site map in XML format. If you does not know much about XML format, follow the tutorials given in google sitemap for webmasters or take any sitemap done in XML format

(Ex: - http://www.seo-expert-india.com/sitemap/sitemapa1.xml) open the source code, copy the complete source code into notepad and make the changes as per your site and save it as XML format.

3. Upload your sitemap.xml file on to your server. (Your probable site map will be as such; http://www.yourdomain.com/sitemap/sitemap.xml

or; http://www.yourdomain.com/sitemap.xml)

4. Finally, submit it to the Google Sitemap program

5. After submitting your site map, your submission status will change to “OK” after few hours or it can early, “OK” means, it has been indexed.

6. Update your sitemap when you made any changes to site

Statistics of your sitemap submission:

  1. First you Sign into Google Sitemaps with your Account.
  2. Verify the site you want to view statistics for.
  3. Click the stats link next to the site and view statistics for your site.

Before viewing your statistics you have to verify your site once. Once you have verified it, you can click the stats link to view the latest statistics for your site at any time.

In that statistics it will show the errors in your site if any. If there are any errors you have to rectify it and resubmit it again.

Related: Unique Content Pro - Google Sitemaps Program

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Suresh Krishna
Search Engine Optimizer, Hyderabad, India
More information at http://www.seo-expert-india.com

Google Sitemaps Just Got Better

Having a Google Sitemap just got better! Not only does the search engine company check your sitemap, but now they give you feedback! The new feature was quickly noticed by many users of the service recently as a way for Google to alert the webmaster about possible problem pages that they have had trouble indexing.

I had the wonderful experience of getting to know this service first hand when I logged in to Google Sitemaps to check on the status of one of my many sitemaps. Along side of the address for the sitemap, there was a link with the anchor text “verify”. This helps Google to know that you are the actual webmaster for that site and is a wonderful addition for security.

Once you are verified (which is a simple process of creating a page on your root directory that they will see) you are able to see the stats for the site index. Often times, you won’t see anything in the stats area, but if you have recently updated, redesigned, or deleted certain pages that Google has in its index, you have a good chance of seeing something there. Google will tell you about possible errors in the indexing process such as pages that are not showing, or pages that they can’t see.

You might already be familiar with the new Google Sitemap Program, but if you aren’t here’s a quick synopsis. The Sitemaps program is a new offering from the Google family and is currently in beta testing.

The goal of the program is to allow Google to see the complete sitemap or a sitemap of frequently changing pages. This is extremely helpful if you have links that can’t be reached by the Googlebot when it’s indexing your page due to things like Java script menus and such. The codes on a page that prevent the bot from viewing your site ultimately hinder you in the search engines.

So using the XML standard coding language, which is easy to understand once you get the hang of it, you create a log of the various pages on your site and tell Google some attributes about it such as the overall priority of the page, how frequently you alter the content, when the page was updated last, and of course its location.

This will give Google the overall picture of the layout of your site and does help in getting the pages indexed for greater relevancy. There are protocols for the creation of the sitemap so it’s best to read all the information completely at the Google Sitemaps web site at http://www.google.com/webmasters/

John Wooton
Author and Creator - The SEO Journal Blog
Step by step tips on effectively mastering the search engine war
http://seojournal05.blogspot.com/

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