How to submit your blogspot sitemap to Google webmasters tool

Ahhh too many seo processes which one should be left undo and which one is less important?? but the answer here is leave no stone unturned.

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Every blogger really needs organic traffic , traffic from search engines the type that seems free cus you don't need to work for it. you just site back while you get visitors to your site and increase your income isn't that sweet. Traffic trick a newsletter alternative

But before you could achieve this, there are embarking procedures which you must follow. and the most important and crucial one of this procedures is submitting your sitemap to Google webmasters tools.

verifying your site only is not enough you need to submit your sitemap to let Google know when you create new post so as to crawl your posts and pages

submitting your site only is like writing exams without seeing the result oooo I guess we can't be a victim of such wasteful work so let get work done.

How to submit your blogger sitemap to Google

login your Google webmasters tool

select the site you want to submit it sitemap and click on sitemap from the given options.

At the right hand side top of the page you will see the sitemap link

Click on it and a new page will appear demanding for your sitemap

now from the page put below code

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

and click on submit sitemap button

now after submitting refresh the page and you will see a congratulating message on the screen.

The above sitemap code will collect only 500post from your blog but when you have more than 500 posts on your blog use bellow code

atom.xml? redirect=false&start- index=500&max- results=1000

this will extend to 1,000 posts...hope you are done CU's am done with the tutorial .

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