Saturday, September 9, 2017

Step By Step Guide On How To Submit Blogger Sitemap To Google Search Console

Hey guys, today i will be Tutoring you about the most important things you need to do as a blogger, and the thing is Submitting your blog/website Sitemap to Google console(formally known as Google Webmaster Tools). So kindly have your seat and read this carefully cause it's going to help your website /blog to start showing up in Google first page.
If you’ve just started your blogging career, you might not know how search engines work and how to display your website in the Google search results to drive traffic to your blog.
You can show your website in Google search for free if you can help Google to find your blog.
To do that, you should know about
Google Search Console (earlier known as Google Webmaster Tools).

Firstly What Is Google Search Console?

Search Console is a free tool offered by Google which helps you to display your website in Google search results (index or crawl your website).
This tool also helps you to improve the crawling rate of your blog.
All you have to do are few simple things.
First of all, you’ve to verify your site in Google Search Console that you’re the owner of the website.
And, the second and most important task is to submit your blog/website sitemap to search console.
Here, I’m going to guide you through step by step methods about how to submit website sitemap to Google webmaster tools.
But, before that we need to understand what actually a sitemap is, and why is it important for you to submit sitemap of your blog.
For verifying your website ownership on Search Console, you can refer to this article here.
So, without wasting much of our time, let’s get started.

What is a Sitemap?

As the word sounds, a sitemap is actually a map of your website.
When Google crawlers go around the web indexing new web pages in its database, new blogs are usually missed out as only a few or no sites are linking to them as well as they’re not aware of this sitemap of a thing.
A sitemap is either an XML or HTML file that contains all the URLs of the pages inside your blog.
While HTML sitemap helps your visitors to navigate through your blog, an XML sitemap helps the search engine crawlers the same way.
When you submit an XML sitemap to Google Console, it helps search engine crawlers to find all the URLs on your website and add it to their database.
There are various parts of a sitemap that affect the crawling rate of your blog, such as the size of your sitemap, the number of URLs in your sitemap, indexing priority of pages on your blog, updating frequency, etc.
Now, that you know about sitemap and its importance, let’s move on to the next steps.

Submitting Blogger Sitemap To Google Search Console

Below is the complete process you have to follow in terms to submit your
blogspot blog sitemap to Google Webmaster Tools.

Submitting sitemap for blog posts

Step 1: Sign in to your Google Webmasters Account By Clicking Here.
Step 2 : Select the desired blog you wish to submit the sitemap for.
Step 3 : At the left side of the page, click on Sitemaps under Crawl section.



Step 4 : Now, at the top-right corner of the page, click on Add/Test Sitemap button.



Step 5 : Add the below code in the provided text field.

atom.xml?redirect=false&start-index=1&max-results=500

This is the sitemap code that you need to add if you are using blogger.

Step 6 : Press “ Submit Sitemap ” button.
Step 7 : Refresh the page.

Congratulations! You have finished the process of submitting your blog sitemap. And by now your Google will start crawling and indexing your blog.

Note: The above sitemap will work for 500 posts only. If you have more than 500 posts published on your blog, then you have to add one more sitemap.

The Whole procedure will be same, but at this time you have to add this code.

atom.xml?redirect=false&start-index=501&max-results=1000

That's it. You are done with submitting the sitemap of your blog posts.

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