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How to Submit your Blogger Sitemap to Google How to Submit your Blogger Sitemap to Google Sitemaps are text files containing a list of all web pages that exist on your website and are accessible to crawlers and users. These helps ...
How to Submit your Blogger Sitemap to Google

How to Submit your Blogger Sitemap to Google

Sitemaps are text files containing a list of all web pages that exist on your website and are accessible to crawlers and users. These helps visitors and search engine bots to find pages on website. Sitemaps are a way to help Google indexing pages on your site which otherwise might not be discovered.

submit your Blogger Sitemap to Google

If your blog is hosted on blogspot.com (or if you are using a self-hosted version of Blogger with a custom domain) you will be surprised to find out that the default sitemap file, contains only the 26 most recent pages of your blog which in normal case should contain all URLs of a website.

Many webmaster pretend to teach others how to drive traffic to blogs or websites yet leaving out the most important factors like sitemaps. There are still other websites who keep on providing the old methods of generating a sitemap for blogger which are not any effective.

How to add a complete Sitemap for your Blogger Blog


Step 1: If you haven't done this already, sign-in to your Google Webmasters account and add your blog.

Step 2: Once your blog is added to Google, go to Webmaster Dashboard  and click on your site address

Step 3:  On the left panel choose Crawl > Sitemaps - then click on the Add/Test Sitemap button.

Add each of the following codes:

sitemap.xml
And if you have more than 3000 published posts, then you can use these sitemaps like below:
sitemap.xml
sitemap.xml?page=21
sitemap.xml?page=22
sitemap.xml?page=23
sitemap.xml?page=24
sitemap.xml?page=25
Note: Sitemap Index type published 20 pages, sitemap page type published 150 posts
So this was our guide on How to submit your Blogger Sitemap to Google , I hope the methods given above helped you.
How to Submit Your Blogspot Blog to Google How to Submit Your Blogspot Blog to Google Search engines might take some time to discover and index your blog so, you can manually submit your blog to Google . Don't submit links...
How to Submit Your Blogspot Blog to Google

How to Submit Your Blogspot Blog to Google

Search engines might take some time to discover and index your blog so, you can manually submit your blog to Google. Don't submit links to multiple pages, just submit the URL/address of your blog homepage.

1) Log in to your Google Webmaster Tools account.

2) Click the "Add a site" button at the top of the screen.

Submit Your Blogspot Blog to Google

3) Enter the URL address of your blog (for example http://my-site.blogspot.com/) and press Continue

4) Select the method you would like to use to verify ownership. Here you can either upload an HTML file with a name we specify (which is not possible with Google Blogger account), or you can add a META tag to your site's index file.

Choose Alternate Methods:

Submit blogger blogspot blog Google Webmaster Tools

5) Under Alternative Methods Click Add a meta tag to your site's homepage.

alternate methods for verify

6) Copy the Meta tag Code generated.

7) Open a new tab and login into your blogger account.

8) Go to Template > Edit HTML

blogger template edit html

 ...and search (CTRL + F) for the following tag:
<head> 
9) Just below of it, paste the META code and then click the Save Template button.

10) Switch to Google Webmaster Tools tab and press on the "Verify" button.

Now your site is added to sitemap account and the verification is done.
How to Submit Your Tumblr Blog to Google Webmaster Tools How to Submit Your Tumblr Blog to Google Webmaster Tools Help extend your Tumblr blog's reach by submitting a site map of the blog to Google's Webmaster Tools. With the site map in hand, Go...
How to Submit Your Tumblr Blog to Google Webmaster Tools

How to Submit Your Tumblr Blog to Google Webmaster Tools

Help extend your Tumblr blog's reach by submitting a site map of the blog to Google's Webmaster Tools. With the site map in hand, Google can more easily find your blog posts, making it more likely they'll get indexed and appear in search results. You can also use the free Webmaster Tools site to track the performance of blog posts in search results.

Tumblr Blog to Google

Before your can submit a site map or use the other features, however, you must prove you own your blog by adding a Google verification code to your blog's theme.

How to Submit Your Tumblr Blog to Google [step by step]


Step 1

Navigate to the Google Webmaster Tools website (link in Resources) and sign in to your Google account. If you already use Webmaster Tools for another website, click the "Add a Site" button.

Step 2

Enter your Tumblr URL into the blank field. Use the format "blogname.tumblr.com" (without the quotes here and in subsequent commands). Click "Add a Site" or "Continue" to submit the URL to Webmaster Tools.

Step 3

Highlight the entire meta tag displayed on the next screen and then copy it to your clipboard. This tag contains a unique Google verification code.

Step 4

Open a new browser tab and go to your Tumblr dashboard. Click the "Customize" tab, and then click "Edit HTML" to access your Tumblr theme code.

Step 5

Find the "" tag near the top of the code. Paste the verification tag from Google into a blank line just below the "" tag. Click "Update Preview" and then "Save."

Step 6

Return to the Webmaster Tools page and click the red "Verify" button. Google congratulates you for adding the tag successfully. Click "Continue" to access the Webmaster Tools dashboard.

Step 7

Click the "Sitemaps" tab, and then click the "Add/Test Sitemap" button. Submitting your site map files makes it easier for Google to crawl your blog. Tumblr creates these files automatically; you just need to enter the filenames.

Step 8

Type "sitemap.xml" into the field that appears, and then click "Submit." This file includes a list of all your blog posts.

Step 9

Refresh the page

Step 10

This is complete
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