Create an XML sitemap that can be submitted to Google, Bing and other search engines to help them crawl your website better. Create a Text sitemap to have a plain list of all your pages. Generate an HTML site map to allow website visitors to easily navigate on your site.
XML sitemap: XML sitemaps are the most versatile of the sitemaps formats. It's extensible and can be used to supply additional data about images, video, and news content, as well as the...
How to Create an XML Sitemap (and Submit It to Google) Just as it’s difficult to find a new destination without a map, it’s sometimes hard for Google to find all the pages on your website without a sitemap. Luckily, it’s quick and easy to create and submit an XML sitemap to Google.
A sitemap is a file where you provide information about the pages, videos, and other files on your site, and the relationships between them. Search engines like Google read this file to crawl...
A good XML sitemap acts as a roadmap of your website that leads Google to all your important pages. XML sitemaps can be good for SEO, allowing Google to find your essential pages quickly, even if your internal linking isn’t perfect. This post explains what they are and how they help you rank better.
Sitemaps is a protocol in XML format meant for a webmaster to inform search engines about URLs on a website that are available for web crawling. It allows webmasters to include additional information about each URL: when it was last updated, how often it changes, and how important it is in relation to other URLs of the site.
Google supports several different sitemap formats including XML, RSS, Atom, and even simple Text files. The important difference between XML sitemaps and RSS/Atom feeds is that XML sitemaps describe an entire set of URLs within a site or section, whereas RSS/Atom feeds describe only the most recent changes.