Thursday, 1 December 2011

Sitemaps = Art


Site Map

It is important to consider what a site map is and realize that even if a site map is written in the correct way, in the right language, it might not necessarily function efficiently as a sitemap. The component information within the map may prioritize an incorrect order. Just because a sitemap looks like a site map doesn't mean it is a sitemap. If we see something covered in feathers we call it a bird – what if the thing is covered in feathers, has no beak or wings, do we still call it a bird?

Once you have created an XML sitemap and have loaded it up to your site what do you do with it? Google recommends you to first submit your Sitemap using Google Webmaster Tools. This means you will be able to validate your site, claiming ownership or access rights to the site, informing them you are responsible for updating, managing or optimizing etc. This will ensure that your Sitemap details are in your Webmaster Tools. In addition to your Webmaster Tools, you can also submit (and resubmit) your Sitemap using the following methods:

• Sending a HTTP request to Google
• Including your Sitemap location in your robots.txt file

Sitemap - Generation for Business

spider Site Map Creation
£2.50
Sitemap Service for £2.50 - site map generator
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. When you have done this email us back to say it is done and we will submit it to Google.



Send us your web address and we will email the files to you.


Screenprint - 2011 Originally uploaded by This Window   Original Framed Painting £40.36

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