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Aug 29th, 2011, 06:13 AM
How do I create a spider-friendly site map?
If you wish to make it in static HTML, it is good to indent entries according to your site's structure: let's say, your home page is Level 1; pages directly linked from it are Level 2 (with a 5-pixel indent), then comes Level 3 pages (with a 10-pixel indent) and so on. Such indents will improve the usability, and you can use CSS to achieve this.
Be sure to include keywords in your site map links. It will happen naturally if your pages are well optimised, as on-page optimisation includes headers; if you've done everything properly, they should already be keyword-rich. Just reproduce the headers of all pages on the site map - and everything is done. Do not, though, include multiple links to the same page with the sole purpose of including slightly different keywords: it is a spammy technique.
Feb 7th, 2013, 01:41 PM
search engines spider are very strong, they always crawl the entire website from top left on the page and they are always crawl xml sitemap.so please create the xml sitemap for the webmaster spider.
Feb 8th, 2013, 04:28 AM
Just login to your webmaster account and create XML sitemap for your website. Google will automatically crawl your website.
Feb 13th, 2013, 01:48 AM
create a sitemap.xml and submit it to google webmaster tools. thay will crawl your website in 4 hours...
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