A sitemap is a file that lists all of the pages of a site to tell search engines about the structure of your website.
Do I Need a Sitemap?
If each of your site's pages are properly linked, most search engines will be able to discover most of the content on your site without the need for a sitemap.
A sitemap can be helpful if your site meets the following:
- Your site has a large archive of blog posts that were recently migrated from another domain
- You frequently post on your blog
- Your site has a lot of pages that are not linked together
Your Showit Pages Sitemap
Showit automatically generates a sitemap of your Showit pages when you publish your site. You can submit your sitemap to Google Search Console to encourage them to check for new pages on a regular basis.
Your Showit Sitemap URL
You'll find your sitemap by going to: yourdomain.com/siteinfo.xml
Setup a Sitemap For Your Blog Posts
A blog that is frequently updated can benefit from a sitemap.