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    FREE Google Site Creator, Submit, Updater.
    I would imagine that you will all know this by now. But just in case someone does not, there is a totally FREE php program to upload into your directory and it will create the google sitemap for free, it will even submit it.

    Ruth,

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    Where?

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    I've seen a lot of hype for this, but really, a sitemap is just a regular sitemap, and it won't necessarily help you rank any higher. As long as you properly map out your pages, and categorize them so that they are easy to explore from a human surfer's view, you'll be find. On the other hand, if Google were to release a linking program, THEN everyone would flood the gates with support.

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    here is the site,
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    Where?
    http://www.hunteridge.com/getingooglefast/info.htm

    There are 2 choices, I picked the first. I got all my 3 sites uploaded FAST, and easy.

    Ruth,

    Totally free, not an affiliate link, nothing to buy, or get.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NavySeals
    I've seen a lot of hype for this, but really, a sitemap is just a regular sitemap, and it won't necessarily help you rank any higher. As long as you properly map out your pages, and categorize them so that they are easy to explore from a human surfer's view, you'll be find. On the other hand, if Google were to release a linking program, THEN everyone would flood the gates with support.
    Google will spider your pages faster if you upload a php file, totally to googles specifications. This is from Google itself.
    The php sitemap is not a regular sitemap.
    https://www.google.com/webmasters/sitemaps/login

    This is from Google itself:


    Help people discover more of your web pages.


    Google Sitemaps is an easy way for you to help improve your coverage in the Google index. It's a collaborative crawling system that enables you to communicate directly with Google to keep us informed of all your web pages, and when you make changes to these pages.

    With Google Sitemaps you get:

    Better crawl coverage to help people find more of your web pages
    Fresher search results
    A smarter crawl because you can provide specific information about all your web pages, such as when a page was last modified or how frequently a page changes

    Ruth

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    Ruth,

    Have you tested this with a new, clean site? A site with no back links?

    Or has anyone else used this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kend
    Ruth,

    Have you tested this with a new, clean site? A site with no back links?

    Or has anyone else used this?
    Hi,
    I am not sure what you mean. But I have uploaded all my sitemaps and Google has approved them. I can see what my sitemaps contain, so I am always aware of the info that is contained in them.

    Can you explain a little more what you mean with back links. This is a term I am not sure of.

    Ruth,

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    I just finished getting the sitemap up with this tool: phpSitemapNG
    at http://enarion.net/google/

    This is a fairly new site with no backlinks (that G shows anyway). G shows 18 pages in the index. There are 348 on the site.

    Total time involved: about one-half hour total. Includes download, extraction, upload, permission changes, password protection, and spidering. Pretty straight forward operation. Nice admin page with all the i's dotted and t's crossed.

    Depending on your server, this might take quite a while to do the spidering on a larger site. I'm on DSL and it took longer for that phase than I thought it would (the results are served up in GUI fashion).

    I'll keep you posted if you want.

    Frank
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    Quote Originally Posted by frank3iii
    I just finished getting the sitemap up with this tool: phpSitemapNG
    at http://enarion.net/google/

    This is a fairly new site with no backlinks (that G shows anyway). G shows 18 pages in the index. There are 348 on the site.

    Total time involved: about one-half hour total. Includes download, extraction, upload, permission changes, password protection, and spidering. Pretty straight forward operation. Nice admin page with all the i's dotted and t's crossed.

    Depending on your server, this might take quite a while to do the spidering on a larger site. I'm on DSL and it took longer for that phase than I thought it would (the results are served up in GUI fashion).

    I'll keep you posted if you want.

    Frank
    Thanks alot for the info, Frank...

    I'll keep you posted if you want.

    Please do. And I'll be downloading that also.

    Kend

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    G accepted the sitemap.xml this morning. Waiting on a crawl now.

    Stats package for this site shows this before the sitemap delivered to G:

    50.00% MSN
    37.50% Yahoo!
    12.50% Google

    We'll see what happens.

    Frank
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    I did the sitemap thing for Google, and got 3k pages of a brand new website indexed. It works!! Worth the time and effort.

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    It's mostly SEO types or promoters who will use it, so it's valuable info to get. I'll only use Google's because I don't want to voluntarily give anyone else carte blanche to my sites for data mining.

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