March 15th, 2006 by Keith

Google SiteMap Builder

Posted in Utilities, Web Apps, Windows

SiteMap Builder

Google Site Map Builder, as the name suggests, helps to build a sitemap for your web site, in order to allow Google to link the pages of your web site together.

Specifically, it helps you generate a Google SiteMap XML (Google SiteMaps) which you can place into your root directory for Google to index your web site. The sitemap XML follows a certain syntax that Site Map Builder will generate for you. All you need to do is just copy and save the resulting code as sitemap.xml.gz and upload into your root, then register your sitemap at Google SiteMap for Google to index your web site.

The software can be downloaded here.

Alternatively, there is also an online Site Map Builder at its home page. The simplest way is to key in your home page URL and submit. The online generator will return you an XML code which you need to download the XML file and save it at the root directory, before going to Google SiteMap and update your indexing.

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