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    wordpress site map

    Anyone come across wp XML sitemap generator able to create more then one sitemap.xml ?
    cause google only allow 50k url and now i reaching 60k url ....

    thanks

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    have you checked this one
    Sitemap Generator Plugin for Wordpress Dagon Design

    i am not sure as i have just provided you an answer based on google search.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SonnyCooL View Post
    Anyone come across wp XML sitemap generator able to create more then one sitemap.xml ?
    cause google only allow 50k url and now i reaching 60k url ....

    thanks
    Realistically I would just limit it to your 50,000 most recent URLs (i.e. the ones modified recently).

    Google isn't going to drop listings for your pages because they're not in your sitemap anymore as long as the page still exists.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeDVB View Post
    Realistically I would just limit it to your 50,000 most recent URLs (i.e. the ones modified recently).

    Google isn't going to drop listings for your pages because they're not in your sitemap anymore as long as the page still exists.
    Thanks, have you try this tip or can u share ur source of info.

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    I would just remove old links from your sitemap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeDVB View Post
    Realistically I would just limit it to your 50,000 most recent URLs (i.e. the ones modified recently).

    Google isn't going to drop listings for your pages because they're not in your sitemap anymore as long as the page still exists.
    Google doesn't add or delete listings because of an XML sitemap anyway. Having a URL in a sitemap doesn't guarantee it will be indexed any more that NOT having a URL in the sitemap will guarantee that it is not indexed. They simply use the sitemap to "assist" during crawling of your site... i.e. to find URLs that might not be reachable through a normal crawl and MOST importantly, to give you a way to prioritze which URLs they index first.

    By setting priorities in the Sitemap XML you can basically tell Google, "These URLs are MOST important, so if you have room in your index for my site, index these first. If you still have room for pages from my site then index these pages next. And if you still have room for pages from my site then index these pages next... etc.

    Limiting your sitemap to the most recent 50,000 pages is not really a good idea if your site has tons of URLs. Sites like RealEstate.com have millions of URLs the majority of which would never be found by a crawler without 1) a sitemap or 2) millions of deep links.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Social-Media View Post
    Google doesn't add or delete listings because of an XML sitemap anyway. Having a URL in a sitemap doesn't guarantee it will be indexed any more that NOT having a URL in the sitemap will guarantee that it is not indexed. They simply use the sitemap to "assist" during crawling of your site... i.e. to find URLs that might not be reachable through a normal crawl and MOST importantly, to give you a way to prioritze which URLs they index first.

    By setting priorities in the Sitemap XML you can basically tell Google, "These URLs are MOST important, so if you have room in your index for my site, index these first. If you still have room for pages from my site then index these pages next. And if you still have room for pages from my site then index these pages next... etc.

    Limiting your sitemap to the most recent 50,000 pages is not really a good idea if your site has tons of URLs. Sites like RealEstate.com have millions of URLs the majority of which would never be found by a crawler without 1) a sitemap or 2) millions of deep links.
    So ur solution is ??

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