Google introduced Google Sitemaps to enable web developers to publish lists of links from across their sites. The basic premise is that some sites have a large number of dynamic pages that are only available through the use of forms and user entries. The sitemap files can then be used to indicate to a web crawler how such pages can be found.
Google, Bing, Ask and others support the Sitemaps protocol. Having a sitemap enables the biggest search engines (and the smaller) gain easy access to your updated page information. Sitemaps do not guarantee all links will be crawled, and being crawled does not guarantee indexing. However, a sitemap is still the best method of getting a search engine to learn about your entire site. 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.
Sitemaps and Seo – First in Google?: Sitemaps = Art: 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.
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