How exactly does the Sitemap Generator 'generate' sitemaps? What role do sitemaps have and why are they essential SEO-wise?
A sitemap is a visual or text map of a website - an index of all web pages arranged in sections as they show up on the Internet site. The sitemap is a single file and its presence may have a substantial influence on the popularity of your Internet site, especially if you have a lot of content. It will allow your website visitors to search the webpages and find what they need way quicker, that will increase the possibility for them to revisit the site or to share it with colleagues and friends. The sitemap is also essential for search engines like google to index your site content better, so certain pages will appear in the results for particular searches, which will most likely not happen without a sitemap even if you have the needed website content. This is especially valid if you modify some webpages as the sitemap informs the search engines that they must crawl this Internet site again so as to index the latest content. Having a sitemap today is fundamental rather than an optional feature for every profitable site.
SiteMap Generator in Shared Hosting
In case you would like to have a sitemap, however, you don't have much experience with websites in general, you will be able to take advantage of the sitemap generator that we offer with our shared hosting packages. As part of the Hepsia Control Panel, the instrument shares the same simple and easy-to-navigate user interface, so it will take you a couple of clicks to make a detailed sitemap which will be search engine friendly. The generator enables you to choose the maximum number of links the sitemap should include and how many levels down the web pages these links have to go. You can also select what type of file extensions to be included, so in case you offer certain site content for instance music, e-books or some documents, you could type their extensions before you generate the sitemap and our software instrument will incorporate them together with the standard web pages.