Submit BlogSpot sitemap to google
All blogger want to make their blog Search Engine friendly. And search engine need a sitemap to indexing a blog. If you have a new blogspot blog and want appearing your blog on Google Search Engine, you have to submit BlogSpot sitemap to google.
Sitemap is a XML file that consists of all URLs of your site. Once you submit BlogSpot sitemap to google; Google will get information about each URL of your site. And Google can crawl your site and help to appearing your blog on Google.
Before submit BlogSpot sitemap to google, you need to submit your site. So go though step by step tutorial.
How to submit a site to Google?
Step 1. Log in Google Webmaster Tools.
Step 2. Add your site.
Step 3. You have to verify ownership of the site. You will find a HTML tag under Alternate Method; copy this HTML code.
Step 4. Now go blogger dashboard and click on Template and then click on ‘Edit HTML’.
Put HTML tag in the <head> section and save template.
Step 5. Back to Google Webmaster Tool and click on Verify.
Now your site is verified by Google and you able to submit BlogSpot sitemap to Google. Now follow this step by step tutorial.
How to submit BlogSpot sitemap to Google?
Step 1. Generate a XML sitemap.
To generate sitemap, put your site on ctrlq.org/blogger (created by Indian popular blogger Amit Agarwal). This tool will generate sitemap automatically. You can also manually generate sitemap. If number of post of your blog is less than 500, your site map is “atom.xml?redirect=false&start-index=1&max-results=500” and if number of post is more than 500, you need to submit another sitemap that is “atom.xml?redirect=false&start-index=500&max-results=1000”
Step 2. Go Google Webmaster Tools and click on ‘sitemaps’ and then click on ‘Add/Test Sitemap’.
Step 3. Submit a sitemap on the field.
Now you successfully submit BlogSpot sitemap to Google. Google crawl your site to indexing in Google Search Engine.
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