XML Sitemap Generator


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Free Online XML Sitemap Generator

Here is one of the most powerful XML sitemap generator available online with no extra charge. Just type in your domain name, priorities, frequencies and how many pages you need in your sitemap, our sitemap creator crawls your website and finds web pages and lists them according to latest sitemap protocol. You can choose to copy and paste the output or you can easily download the created sitemap as an XML file. Remember to include your pages without any links pointing to them manually, since our crawler follows links on pages to generate an XML sitemap. Besides free online xml sitemap generator, we have more free seo tools that may help you.

What is an XML sitemap?

The Sitemap protocol gives a webmaster the opportunity to inform search engines like google, bing etc. about the URLs/pages on that website which are available for crawling. A Sitemap is an XML file that lists the pages for a website that the webmaster chooses to be crawled by search engines. If you wish search engines like Google to crawl each and every important page of your website, most of the time you have to create a sitemap, because web pages which does not have any internal links pointing to them, sometimes makes them hard to find. In short, an XML sitemap lists a website's strategic and essential pages, thus ensure Google and other search engines can easily find and crawl all of them. Furthermore a sitemap helps search engines to understand your website's structure. XML sitemaps, most of the time, is good for SEO, since they allow search engines to easily locate your important website pages, although your internal linking isn't that good.

Useful sources about sitemaps

https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/183668?hl=en - Build and submit a sitemap

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sitemaps - Sitemap information on Wikipedia