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Submit Blogger Sitemap XML to Google Search Console

It is important to submit the sitemap of any blog or website to the search console to improve search results pages, and also analyze the SEO. With the help of webmaster tools, you can keep an eye on keywords that are ranking and improve their rank. In this article we’ll discuss about how to find inbuild XML sitemap of Blogger blog and submit it to the Google Search Console.

Submit Blogger sitemap to Google Search Console and rank the website or blog in Search Engine.

Submit Sitemap to Google Search Console
Submit Sitemap to Google Search Console

What is a sitemap: As the name suggests, it is a website or blog map. It will create a complete mapping of the website that contains all pages and posts mapping in it. The sitemap is of two kinds:

  1. XML sitemap for Search Engine Like Google Search Console, Bing Webmaster Tool, Yandex Search Engine.
  2. HTML sitemap for the users.

XML sitemap: is for the webmaster or search console. That maps the complete website. And in this article, we’ll learn how to submit that map to the search console so that the search engine can show our website results in its search results. Search console collects data from all sitemaps it has and displays results according to the user’s search. You can refer to this article for more about the XML sitemap.

How sitemap works: When a new post or page is published to the website, that page or post automatically be added to the sitemap. And that sitemap ping to search engine that “Hey what are you doing, there is one new page index it”. The Search Engine reply back, ok, I’m coming. Then the search engine crawls that new pages or posts.

So we’ve to perform following two steps

  1. Generate an XML sitemap for the Blogger blog
  2. Submit this sitemap to the Google Search Console

Generate XML Sitemap for Blogger Blog:

The XML sitemap is inbuilt with the Blogger blog. We only have to access that by adding sitemap.xml or sitemap-pages.xml at the end of your blog URL.

Suppose the blog URL is xyz.blogspot.com, then the sitemap for the post will be https://xyz.blogspot.com/sitemap.xml, and for pages will be https://xyz.blogspot.com/sitemap-pages.xml.

If you still can’t find the inbuild XML sitemap of Blogger, read this article.

Also, check your blog post-sitemap entering robots.txt at the end of the Blogger homepage URL i.e. https://xyz.blogspot.com/robots.txt.

Submit Blogger XML sitemap to Google Search Console

Submit the Blogger XML sitemap file to Google Search Console or erstwhile Google webmaster tool to increase organic traffic. Go to Google Search Console click on Start Now, as shown below.

Google Search Console Welcome Page
Google Search Console Welcome Page

Now this page redirects to Google Search Console and if the blog/website is already verified. Then go to the sitemap option provided in the left-hand side menu, as shown below.

Google Search Console Sitemap
Google Search Console Sitemap
  • Click on sitemaps
  • enter sitemaps for posts and pages.
    • sitemap.xml
    • sitemap-pages.xml
  • Submit the above two sitemaps one by one.
  • The sitemap successfully submitted to the Google Search Console.

Now all process is done, it might show the number of posts or pages of the website or may show processing data.

After Google Search Console, another second-largest webmaster tool is from Microsoft is Bing. Learn what the Bing Webmaster tool is and how to submit a sitemap to it.

I hope you liked this article on submitting Blogger sitemap to the Google Search Console. In case of any doubt, feel free to ask in the comment section provided below.

Ashok Kumar

Ashok Kumar working in the Search Engine Optimization field since 2015. And worked on many successful projects since then. He shares the real-life experience of best SEO practices with his followers on seoneurons.com. You also can learn Advance level SEO for WordPress, Blogger, or any other blogging platform. Stay tuned.

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