How to Submit A Sitemap In Google..?

Started by swatijain22, May 02, 2019, 03:56:26 AM


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#1
Hi,
Submit your sitemap to Google Webmaster Tools


  • Sign in to Google Webmaster Tools.

  • Select your website.

  • In the left sidebar, click Crawl and then Sitemaps.

  • Remove outdated or invalid sitemaps (if any) like sitemap.xml

  • Click the Add/Test Sitemap button in the top right.

  • Enter sitemap_index.xml into the text box that appears.

  • Click 'Submit'.

  • That's it. You are done. Google will begin to crawl your sitemap, find those URLs, and output them into Google's index!

sinelogixtech

1.   Sign in to Google Search Console.
2.   In the sidebar, select your website.
3.   Click on 'Index' to expand the section and then click on 'Sitemaps'.
4.   Remove outdated or invalid sitemaps (if any) like sitemap.xml
5.   Enter sitemap_index.xml into the text box that appears.
6.   Click Submit.

eolivia

1. Sign in to Google Webmaster Tools.
2. Select your added website.
3. In the sidebar, click Sitemaps.
4. Click the Add/Test Sitemap button in the top right.
5. Enter sitemap_index.xml into the text box that appears.
6. Click 'Submit'.

Paro

Sign in to Google Search Console.
In the sidebar, select your website.
Click on 'Sitemaps'. ...
Remove outdated or invalid sitemaps (if any) like sitemap.xml.
Enter 'sitemap_index.xml' in the 'Add a new sitemap' field to complete the sitemap URL. ...
Click Submit.

Jeffscott

One google account can do and just open your search console then at the index category there is a sitemap section wherein you can submit your sitemap.

Pashu

Please follow these steps to submit a sitemap in Google:-

Sign in to Google Search Console.
In the sidebar, select your website.
Click on 'Sitemaps'. The 'Sitemaps' menu is under the 'Index' section. ...
Remove outdated or invalid sitemaps (if any) like sitemap.xml.
Enter 'sitemap_index. ...
Click Submit.

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Raj

You can optionally create a sitemap index file (a file that points to a list of sitemaps) and submit that single index file to Google. You can submit multiple sitemaps

Citywebpuneind

if you do no longer put up a sitemap, which means Google will access and move slowly your website like you'll assume, go to a URL and be aware down all links and then crawl the ones, observe down new URLs, and so forth.  This manner you'll realize you have issues along with your internet site internal linking shape and do restoration it.

athira

You can submit your sitemap page using google search console tool

Electrum IT Solutions

A sitemap is a file (usually in XML format), that contains a list of all your website's pages you want Google to know about. It should be located in the root folder of your website and be accessible to search engine crawlers.

In this post, you will learn the 3 different methods you can use to submit a sitemap to Google.

Using the Google Search Console (recommended method)
Using robots.txt
Using the command line

dark404

You can optionally create a sitemap index file (a file that points to a list of sitemaps) and submit that single index file to Google. You can submit multiple sitemaps

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