Site maps define the navigation for your Website.
A site map is a model of a website's content designed to help both users and search engines allows the users to navigate through the site. Site maps define the navigation for your Website. A site map can be a hierarchical list of pages (with links) organized by topic, an organization chart, or an XML document that provides instructions to search engine crawl bots. Site map for users, it's just a plain HTML file with a listing of all the major pages on a site.
In the context of search engines, the site map, also known as a sitemap .xml file, helps search engine crawler’s index all pages on the site. Site maps are organized hierarchically, breaking down the Web site's information into increasingly specific subject areas. While a site map does not guarantee that every page of a site will be crawled, major search engines recommend them.
- .XML Site Maps
- SEO considers
- Adding content
- Doing HTM
- Activities of search