Xml sitemap generator has now moved into beta testing. Xml sitemaps are now actively being created and maintained as well as being delivered to those who requested the sitemap.
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xml sitemap generator will offer its premium members the use of an interactive control panel. This allows website owners the ability to request a new xml sitemap, to see broken links on their site, to change the priority of pages and resubmit their sitemap to google. plus more ... find out more
Our XML sitemap generator will allow you to generate a full google and w3 compliant XML sitemap. For small sites it will be a free services that will provide a full sitemap for you to submit to google to ensure that all the pages of your website are indexed properly in google's search engine.
For larger websites we will offer a xml sitemap managment package that will allow the site's owners to know that they always have an up to date XML sitemap. Using the XML sitemap generator will be easy. For smaller sites, you will only need to enter your website's url and then collect the sitemap ready to be uploaded from your email address or you can simply download the xml sitemap from the generator's download button. or if preffered, you can leave the sitemap on our server and simply link to it from your website.
sitemaps can contain upto 50,000 urls but we tend to break it down to 10,000 to make sure it stays within the google and sitemap.org requirements. So what happens if your site is over 10,000 urls? Well we then provide a sitemap index that is an XML index page showing the google spider where to find the separate sitemaps.
XML (Extensible Markup Language) is a general-purpose specification for creating custom markup languages. It is classified as an extensible language, because it allows the user to define the mark-up elements. XML's purpose is to aid information systems in sharing structured data, especially via the Internet, to encode documents, and to serialize data XML's set of tools helps developers in creating web pages but its usefulness goes well beyond that. XML, in combination with other standards, makes it possible to define the content of a document separately from its formatting, making it easy to reuse that content in other applications or for other presentation environments. Most importantly, XML provides a basic syntax that can be used to share information between different kinds of computers, different applications, and different organizations without needing to pass through many layers of conversion. Read more about XML
Having a Sitemap and submitting it to Google, helps make sure that Google knows about all the pages on your site. Also with out automatic detection of how often your pages are changed and the ability to share the preference of your pages with google (meaning the ones that you would like google to spider and index first.), you can be assured that google will index new pages as quickly as is possible This also helps get more of your pages indexed within google which in turn can help increase traffic to you website.
For larger sites that use the premium service, we will do a full link following spidering of your site once every two weeks. We will also be able to tell if the pages have been modified and so can change the last modified part of the xml sitemap to reflect the change. This is the best service you can provide to google. It ensures that all of your sites pages are indexed and are spidered more often by google.
Google introduced Google Sitemaps so web developers website owners can publish a list of links from across their sites. This can help users navigate your site, but it also helps search engines find all your pages. Many sites have a large number of dynamic pages that may not be available through normal hyper link methods. A sitemap file XML or HTML can then be used to indicate to a web crawler where these pages are in order for them to be indexed. Google, MSN, Yahoo and Ask now jointly support the Sitemaps protocol. Since MSN, Yahoo, Ask, and Google use the same protocol, having a sitemap lets the four biggest search engines have the updated page information as quickly as possible. Sitemaps do not guarantee all links will be crawled, and being crawled does not guarantee indexing. However, a sitemap is still the best insurance for getting a search engine to learn about your entire site. The importance of sitemaps 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.