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How to Submit an XML Sitemap to Search Engines?
How to Submit an XML Sitemap to Search Engines?

Insights to check your SpringBuilder website sitemap.

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Written by Karen Sahakyan
Updated over a week ago

A shout out to all the website savants out there who've built a website and is now considering improving search engine optimization of your site by making sure that the search engines find, recognize and crawl your website pages with the help of the XML Sitemap.

Let us run a little bit forward and inform you that SpringBuilder automatically generates a Sitemap for you. Moreover, as soon as you connect a custom domain to your SpringBuilder website, the sitemap.xml file will be accessible via that URL as well.

We suggest checking your website sitemap links here:

This XML Sitemap is an encoding standard used that a user doesn't need to see, but it tells the search engine about the pages in a site, their relative importance to each other, and how often they are updated.
A structured format sitemap provides a general top-down view of the overall site contents organized with a classification system.

The Sitemap files contain URLs to these pages so that web crawlers can find them. Such instructions are given to Bing, Google, Yahoo, Ask, etc. crawler bots respectively. 

If you're concerned about whether your site is visible on Search Engines, we highly recommend maintaining your site SEO through the SEO App on your Dashboard as well.
You'll find this article pretty helpful on your way.

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