Hi Guys! I’m Lalit Mittal and I’m again here to tell you about sitemap. Sitemap play very important role in SEO. Many of users don’t know How to Create and Submit Sitemap, so today I’m going to tell you this process. … [Read more...] about How to Create and submit Sitemap for Website
How to submit sitemap
If you have a particularly large website, you may also need to employ a sitemap index. Search engines will only index the first 50,000 URLs in a sitemap, so if your site has more than 50,000 URLs, you’ll need to use an index to tie multiple sitemaps together. You can learn how to create indices and more about sitemaps at sitemaps.org. … [Read more...] about The Importance Of XML Sitemaps In The Age Of Panda
Bing recently announced a new tool for creating XML Sitemaps for both IIS and Apache web servers. It works as an ISAPI filter by logging the URLs of all outbound pages served on a daily basis, generated by HTTP requests from both end users and third-party search crawlers. It maintains a super-clean, error-free Sitemap Index for your site, adds new differential URL updates every day, removes 404s as they appear, and runs in the background taking up very little in the way of server system resources. A full website Sitemap is generated in just a few days, and is easily maintained automatically. If you want to know more about it, check out the Bing Sitemap Plugin doc. … [Read more...] about A Primer On How To Get The Most Out Of Sitemaps
The major search engines have announced an update to the sitemaps.org protocol which enables site owners to store their XML Sitemap files in any location — even on a different domain than the one referenced in the Sitemap. This will be a welcome change for those who manage multiple domains and would like to keep all Sitemap files in one place, as well as for those who would like to store their Sitemap in a location other than the root. … [Read more...] about You Can Now Store Your XML Sitemap Files Anywhere!
My assumption is that this error is shown when Google can’t extract any text from the page. For instance, a page done entirely in Flash would have not text for Google to process. Any pages without indexable text will have a tough time getting ranked. First, look to see if it’s a page you want indexed. I would guess that URLs to images may show up here (such as http://www.example.com/image.jpg), and you won’t be able to do anything about those types of pages. But if you find that the page is something you’d like to rank, figure out why Google can’t extract any content from the page. For instance, if the page is in Flash, you could move some of the text into HTML and use Flash to augment that text. … [Read more...] about Google’s Webmaster Tools Adds More Diagnostic Features & Video Sitemaps