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How To Submit Blogger Sitemap To Google Search Console?

So many beginner wapmasters don’t know how to add blogger to Google search console and perfectly submit the blog sitemap. in this post, we learn how to submit a Blogspot sitemap to the google webmaster tool.

Google is currently the most used search engine in the internet world. More than 70% of the needs from the Internet are met by everyone through the Google search engine. For this reason, all the top-level web developers target the Google search engine.

Because if you can better understand the Google search engine, your blog has a 60% chance of getting more visitors. And you can target Bing and Yahoo search engines to get the remaining 20% ​​of visitors.

If you can optimize these three search engines properly, you can expect to get a hundred percent visitors. However, I will not discuss Bing and Yahoo today.

Today I will show you how to submit a Sitemap to Google Webmaster Tools.

Submit Blogger Sitemap
Submit Blogger Sitemap

What is Blogger Sitemap?

The sitemap is the summary of your website map. If you have a map of a country or place in your hand, you can easily determine any place.
For example, if you have the map of Dhaka city in your hand, you will be able to get a clear idea about the entire city of Dhaka as well as know where the city of Dhaka is. Similarly, if you submit your blog to Google Webmaster Tools, Google will be able to find out where your blog is.
This way Google Robot will crawl and index your posts and take them to the front of the search engine. And taking it to search engines means increasing the number of visitors to your website.
The main purpose of submitting a Blogger Sitemap is to bring visitors to your website from search engines.

Google Search Console Shows You:

  1. Search results in which your site provide
  2. How your website site ranks every search queries
  3. Keywords that drive visitors to your website site
  4. All sites internal or external linking to your blog
  5. Certain errors you might not be aware of 404
  6. Click-through rate (how much percentage of people actually visited via that google search result)

How to submit a sitemap?

  • First, log in to Google Webmaster Tools with your Gmail ID. As soon as you log in, you will see the image below.
How To Submit Blogger Sitemap To Google Search Console?
  • Click the Add Property button on the right side “URL prefix” with the address of your website link in the box marked with a blogarticles.net. Clicking the Add Property button will show the image below.
How To Submit Blogger Sitemap To Google Search Console?
  • You will see two tabs here. If you click on the Indicate Alternate Methods tab with Figure 1, you will see the rest of the options.
  • Then click on the HTML tag marked with 2 numbers and you will see an Html meta tag. Save this template by pasting this meta tag just below the <head> tag of your blog’s Template. If you do not add it to your blog template, you will not be able to verify the sitemap.
  • Now if you click on the Verify button marked with 3 numbers, your blog will be verified.
  • Now click on the Dashboard of Google Webmaster Tools and you will see an option like the image below on the right.
How To Submit Blogger Sitemap To Google Search Console?
  • If you click on the part marked with red, you will see a button like an image below.
How To Submit Blogger Sitemap To Google Search Console?
  • If you click on the red Add / Test Sitemap button, you will see a box-like image below. ( Note: If you haven’t already submitted your blog, be sure to follow the latest update section directly below from this section. Because Google has updated its old rules, we’ve also shared new methods.
Add, Test Blogger Sitemap To Google Search Console?
  • Copy and paste the following line in this box and click on the blue Submit Sitemap button. That’s All.

 

atom.xml?redirect=false&start-index=1&max-results=150

 

Note: You can submit 150 posts through this line above. If you have more than 150 posts on your blog, you can use the following code. You can submit 300 posts with this line below.

atom.xml?redirect=false&start-index=151&max-results=150

Update: (See latest update section below) 1st option Only DNS Verify

The blog used to show 500 posts on one page of Atom Feed but recently the blogger developer team made it 150 posts instead of 500 posts.
That’s why we need to use 150 instead of 500 in XML. For those who are still using 500 as per the previous rules, more than 150 posts of their blog will not be indexed in search engines. For that, you have to delete the previous XML Sitemap and submit the new sitemap to Webmaster Tools.
If you have more than 150 posts on your blog, you can verify the authenticity of the topic from Webmaster Tools. See below how to use the new XML Sitemap instead of the old XML Sitemap. (Note: If you haven’t submitted a Sitemap before, you don’t need to follow the update. Just follow the above).
  • First, log in to Google Webmaster Tools.
  • Then click on your site from the webmaster tools dashboard to see the image below. Uploading: 7189 of 7189 bytes uploaded.
How To Submit Blogger Sitemap To Google Search Console?
  • Now if you click on Sitemaps from Crawl in the image above, you will see your old sitemap like the image below.
How To Submit Blogger Sitemap To Google Search Console?
  • Delete the old sitemaps of your blog from the image above.
  • Now submit the following XML sitemap in the previous rule.

 

https://www.blogarticles.net/atom.xml?redirect=false&start-index=1&max-results=150

 

  • If you have more than 150 posts on your blog, submit the following two lines twice separately.

 

https://www.blogarticles.net/atom.xml?redirect=false&start-index=1&max-results=150
https://www.blogarticles.net/atom.xml?redirect=false&start-index=151&max-results=150

 

  • The two feeds above will index a total of 300 posts. If your blog has more posts than that, resubmit another feed with 301 instead of 151. In this way, you have to change the number of posts in your blog and submit a new feed.

Last Updated:

According to the latest update of Google Webmaster Tools, from now on, when submitting a sitemap, you do not have to specify the page number according to the old rules. This is because Google Webmaster Tools automatically generates 150 pages for site submissions. In this case, just by adding sitemap.xml, no matter how many posts you have on your blog, it will be indexed 150 times on each XML page.

  • Delete your old sitemap as shown above.
  • Then submit the sitemap of your blog as shown below.

 

https://www.blogarticles.net/sitemap.xml

 

  • Finally, by clicking on the blue submit button, your blog will be submitted.
Conclusion: You may think that submitting the sitemap will get your blog to search engines. Not really. It will take 2-4 days for your site to appear in search engines. Within this time Google Robot will crawl your blog. However, if your blog has a good amount of posts and content, it can be found in search engines within 24 hours.

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