So that's one thing to watch out for. But past that, it's kind of irrelevant where you place your site map file. If you submit that in Search Console directly, then you'll see the status of the submission. You'll see if it's being processed. You'll see how many of those URLs are being indexed. … [Read more...] about Google: Does It Matter Where Your XML Sitemap File Is Located?
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With Google, site owners can overcome this issue by verifying ownership of all domains in Webmaster Central, then submitting Sitemaps for any of those domains from any location. However, as this solution only works for Google, it’s not useful for those who want one process for generating Sitemaps for submission to all engines. (Which is, after all, the spirit of sitemaps.org.) … [Read more...] about You Can Now Store Your XML Sitemap Files Anywhere!
Google's John Mueller confirmed on Twitter that Google may stop fetching your XML Sitemap files if the URLs within them are invalid. He said it is fine to have URLs that redirect but they should load content. If not, Google may simply start ignoring your Sitemaps. … [Read more...] about Google May Ignore Your XML Sitemap If The URLs Are Invalid
Mark: Local is more than business listings. With the proliferation of niche local sites there is no single place that gives you the value of the experience of those sites. Thus was born Mapquest Local to enable people that once they have defined where they want to go they can see the other information they are interested in. Basically Mapquest Local is the Sunday news plus some unique internet content… and [we] let the users customize it to their own needs. Twelve months ago we couldn’t have done Mapquest Local. Now we are able to bring in third party and AOL content and enable users to take advantage of all content. Like via Yelp… why not enable users to get access to the verticals? No one vertical expresses the total experience. Mapquest has no editorial control; we link to content and allow the downstream property to present what they want to present and send the traffic down to that site. We are the 11th largest site on the internet, the largest local front door … [Read more...] about “We’ve Come Out Of Hibernation”
— John ☆.o(≧▽≦)o.☆ (@JohnMu) 14. Juni 2018 How to create an XML Sitemap file for your websiteAmong many other things, the website audit tool in SEOprofiler creates an XML Sitemap file for your website. You can create your SEOprofiler account here: … [Read more...] about Google: the order of the URLs in your XML Sitemap does not matter