XML Sitemap Generator

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About XML Sitemap Generator

What is a site map?

It is a tool that informs search engines if the individual pages on your site are new or updated and if spiders can track them. The sitemap protocol consists of an XML file that includes the URLs of your website and three optional elements of additional information for each page:

How often a URL is updated.
Last time a URL was updated.
Priority of a URL related to other pages of the site.
Site maps help ensure that all new and hard-to-find pages are quickly and completely indexed, as well as being particularly exploited on websites that are difficult for search engines to track and index effectively. To benefit from having a site map on your website you must:

Modify it frequently.
Use Flash® Javascript to navigate or display content.
Contain an extensive database or archive of pages that could be accessed only through a search function.
NOTICE: Using a site map does not guarantee that search engines choose each page of your site, but it does offer clues so that search engines can more intelligently track your site.

By using the Site Map Manager in the Hosting Hosting Center, you can easily create a site map for your primary domain, subdomains or alias domains to automatically and directly point to the domain search engines in your account. Shared Accommodation For help with this process, see How to create a site map.

For additional information about site maps, visit sitemaps.org.