Heyy guys, one of the nice tricks for getting indexing informaitono from Google is the Google Sitemap.Google Sitemap is a special file that lists all the pages on your site, whether your content has changed, and that you have added a new page. Keep in mind that Google will find your site and pages by following links. With that said, some dynamic sites and other websites that have had problems getting their pages indexed (think Flash) may find it helpful. If your website is well designed with clean internal links and a standard sitemap page, there is no need to use Google Sitemaps. Bear in mind that once you are signed up for the Google Sitemaps program, you are committed to updating the Sitemap XML file on a regular basis, which can be a sink on your time. In this regard, it is somewhat of a crutch for webmasters who have a messy or search engine "unfriendly" site and don't want to change their site. It would be time better served to fix your site so that it can be crawled completely by all the search engines and to employ SEO best practices than continually update an XML file. You may be able to get Google to crawl some of your new pages quicker, but that doesn't mean it will rank your pages any faster. Remember, having a page in their index doesn't equate to that page being ranked.

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