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How to Submit Your Blogger Sitemap To Google Search Console

Submit Blogger XML Sitemap to Google Webmaster Tools

A sitemap is an XML file that lists URLs for a site along with additional information about each URL. The good thing is that the new blogger version has sitemap.xml file on the server so you can submit these files search engines.

You don't need to use any external tools to generate a sitemap because the blogger already creates its own version of the sitemap.

What is a sitemap?

A sitemap is an XML file containing your blog's URLs. This file helps crawlers locate all of your blog's URLs. A crawler can monitor certain aspects of your site, such as your sitemap's size and the number of URLs in your sitemap. In short, a sitemap is a full blog index that you want to see bots from the search engine.

The Benefits of Using a Sitemap

A sitemap tells Google which pages and files you think are relevant on your site, and also provides valuable details about these files: for instance, when the page was last modified, how often the page is changed, and any other language versions of the page.

Sitemap became important if you have a big site with so many pages. Whenever You create a new post or modifying it, the new content can easily be crawled by search engine bot if you have submitted the sitemap to search engine console.

Submitting a sitemap is not a difficult task, it may hardly take you any time to submit to the Google Webmasters tool with the following steps.

Steps to submit Blogger sitemap to Google

  1. Go to Google Search Console and Sign in With your Google account.
  2. Now click on your Blog (From Left Toggle) to Which you want to submit sitemap.
  3. If You Blog is Not Listed, Then Click on Add Property and Add Your Domain
  4. After selection of your Blog click on Sitemaps Tab from your blog's Dashboard.
  5. You will See Add a New Sitemap Option.
  6. First, Add This Code in the Box to Submit Your Blog Posts Sitemap
  7. sitemap.xml
    
  8. Second, Add this Code to Submit Your Blog Pages Sitemap
  9. sitemap-pages.xml
    
  10. Now Your all blog posts and pages have been submitted to the Google search engine. Google will take a few hours to change your status from pending to, Success

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  2. Thanks for helpful share! sitemap will let Google crawl blog content easily. however, in my point of view, sitemap for blog is no longer important as before. I have some friend working as web designers in Minnesota...I will share with them your blog. just keep it up!

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