Submitting an XML feed to Google
Q: Can I submit an XML feed of all my web pages to Google?
A: (UPDATE) Yes, Google now has a service called Google Sitemaps, where you can submit an XML feed free of charge. Further info about it is available at: http://blog.searchenginewatch.com/blog/050602-195224 and https://www.google.com/webmasters/sitemaps/docs/en/faq.html. If you have an online store, Google also accepts an XML feed of your product catalog for their Froogle shopping engine. That’s also free of charge. Further info about that is available at:
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Your Ultimate Guide to Google Penalties
When your website’s traffic suddenly takes a tumble and you don’t know why, it can be maddening. Why is this happening? It’s possible you’ve been hit with a Google penalty, or have come up against one of Google’s algorithm updates. If you’re wondering how Google penalties work and what you should do to avoid them, […]Read More
Using Psychology to Boost Your Conversion Rate Optimization
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How to Master Social Selling on LinkedIn
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