Sitemap generator

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Sitemap generator

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About Sitemap generator

Sitemap Generator

Use our free tool sitemap_generator to easily generate XML sitemap to notify search engines including Google, Bing, and Yandex, and other numerous search engines, about all your web pages listed and any changes in them, and make sure all your pages are correctly indexed. 

You just need to enter the URL of your website and rest leave it to us. You can download easily the sitemap for your site.


As a website owner, you want your website to rank on the top of all search engine results pages (SERPs)

But for your site to get indexed on those search engines and eventually rank, on such search engines like Google would often have to regularly “crawl” and to bot your site pages.

They do this to provide the most updated content in the search results to the users.

The search bots may crawl your site multiple times in a day, especially if you post new articles or you have kept the bot interval daily in the sitemap settings.

The crawl process is mostly algorithmic which you can change while generating the sitemap, meaning that computer programs determine how often search bots or spiders should crawl your site.

The more frequently these search engine spiders crawl your website, the more of your content will be indexed. This ultimately shows your pages showing up for queries and by extension more organic traffic to your website.

However, to get your site crawled *properly* every time and frequently as it should be, there has to be a best-structured file at a place which is called Sitemap.


XML stands for Extensible Markup Language (XML). It is a standard machine-readable file format, consumable by search engines and other data-munching programs like feed readers.

In the simplest of terms, a Sitemap XML is a document that helps Google and other major search engines better understand your website while crawling it.

It basically lists the URLs (pages) of a site in a structured manner which allows you (the webmaster) to include additional information about each URL. This ranges from information like:

  • When the page was last updated
  • How often it changes
  • How it relates to other URLs in the site
  • It's a level of importance to the overall site, etc.

Then you upload the same XML file into your https directory on your hosting account. Once the google bot arrives to crawl your site it directly searches if sitemap.xml is present. If the sitemap is present in the directory it will go as per the URL structure of the sitemap and index the same information on the search engine index.