Sunday, 18 September 2011

Barnstaple - business search

 

The most effective way to get your website business into search engines is to create a sitemap. A site map enables search engines to index, crawl and find pages on your site – efficiently and quickly. Remember it is the visible content of your site is the most important search engine optimization weapon in your arsenal. Well written content and text is (strategically) a far more useful use of your time than messing about with key word tags. Creating a sitemap, is without doubt, the primary action every website owner should take before doing anything else.


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Sitemap Service for £2.50 – site map generator
We will create two sitemaps for you, one html file and one xml file.
All you need to do is fill your website address into the form here here and we will do the rest.
When we have received your payment we will send you a zip file (which you need to unzip) with all the site map files/images you need to upload to your server. Only upload the files and images and not the folder.

These files and images must be placed in your root directory so that the url is www.yourownsite.whatever/sitemap.html (and .xml). When you have done this email us back to say it is done and we will submit it to Google.


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  • We can build you a Google friendly sitemap and submit it to them for £2.50.
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