Map data on Google Live

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Map data on Google Live

It is possible to tell Google where all the pages of your website can promote your entire website in their index. This can instantly improve your rankings by finding a page that is not down in a non-existent index or is not highly linked. However, as I mentioned before, it is difficult to know whether Google uses sitemap information in its rankings.

Now that you’ve decided to create and submit your own sitemap, here’s how to do it:

First you need to create your XML file. Don’t be afraid to do this yourself. A good free online resource is available at www.sitemapbuilder.net.
Now you need to submit your sitemap to Google. Go to www.google.com/webmasters/sitemaps/login and sign in with your Google account. Not true? Don’t worry: it’s also free. Once you log in, you can add as many sitemaps as you want.

Remember: Every time you update your site (add, delete, or move web pages), be sure to review this process. However, you do not need to submit your site to Google.

Google is also promoting its mobile app. I think this could be very useful. I believe Google is developing a mobile web search beta (Mobile Web Search Beta) and they are using this new mobile site as a way to reach the target audience and help them get initial search results. Since the mobile web is currently in its infancy, I wouldn’t be surprised if creating a mobile sitemap gives mobile sites a huge advantage. But again; no guarantees here – only
responses.
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