How To Create And Submit Your Blogger To Google Webmasters Tools

As a blogger,i will tell you that is very important to submit your website or blog sitemap to the search engine directories because with search engines like google,ask,bing etc.you will get organic traffic

WHAT IS A SITEMAP

A sitemap is a digital map of all your contents on a blog or website. It is important to create such a sitemap which can be easily understand by search engines.Its enable your site or blog to be seen by search engines like google,ask,bing etc.you will get organic traffic.WHAT IS ORGANIC TRAFFIC?

WHAT IS ORGANIC TRAFFIC

Web traffic which comes from unpaid listing at search engines or directories is commonly known as "organic" traffic. Organic traffic can be generated or increased by including the web site in directories, search engines, guides (such as yellow pages and restaurant guides), and award sites.

HOW TO SUBMIT YOUR BLOGGER SITEMAP TO GOOGLE

If you have already sumbitted to your sitemap to google,your website or blog will by listed on the search engines frequently.basically there are different types of sitemaps like rss.xml sitemaps, atom.xml sitemaps, video sitemaps, etc. But here I will tell only atom.xml sitemap, because it is very easy to generate and submit. Follow the below steps to start.

1. To submit your sitemap to Google sign in to Google Webmaster Tools. I am assuming that you have verified your blog ownership.

2. Select your blog and on the left side click Site Configuration >> Sitemap and click the red button on the right side which says Add/Test Sitemap.

3. Copy/Paste the below sitemap in the box.

• atom.xml?redirect=false&start-index=1&max-results=500

Click submit and you've done. It will take time to index all your posts. Once it is verified you will see your submitted and indexed webpages in blue and red colors as seen in the above image.

Now a very important thing you should keep in mind. The above sitemap generated is only for 500 posts. After every 500 post you have to submit a new sitemap. See below examples.

4• Sitemap for less than 500 posts.

• atom.xml?redirect=false&start-index=1&max-results=500

5• Sitemap for more than 500 posts but less than 1000 posts.


atom.xml?redirect=false&start-index=501&max-results=500

6.  Sitemap for more than 1000 posts but less than 1500 posts.

atom.xml?redirect=false&start-index=1001&max-results=500

From above example you can see that after every 500 post you have to submit a new sitemap in addition to old sitemaps so that all your post should get indexed by Google.


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