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Here is 4 Fast and SIMPLE Actions To Getting Your Website IN Through Googles 'Right back Home'

Google… Among the Internets MOST effective search engines like google recently announced a new FREE support which makes it easier for you to improve your web sites protection with-in Googles index through its NEW collaborative moving program.

On the down side to this nevertheless, Google does not 'Guarantee' fast inclusion, But, continues to be good news for all those of you who have just finished building a internet site and are ready-to submit to the top search engines.

Therefore, what's this NEW support named that Google just released?

It is named 'Google Sitemaps.'

The true great thing about 'Google Sitemaps' IS it allows RSS( Real Simple Syndication) and Atom feeds with all the.XML extension as one of the accepted forms for distributing your websites Sitemap for inclusion in Googles catalog.

This is simply one of the four platforms Google accepts and may be the one that I am going to use for the rest of this report showing you how-to generate your own.XML sitemap of your site for inclusion in Google.

It is real easy to do so don't worry about it being to difficult.

So, with that said, lets head to Step # 1.

Stage #1. Join 'Google Sitemaps.'

This is simple, just follow the web link provide below and subscribe to a Free bill. It should only take a couple of minutes to you to perform, then when your done, return here and go to Step no 2.

Go to: http://www.google.com/webmasters/sitemaps/login

Action #2. Generate your.XML site-map.

Within this action your likely to make a.XML sitemap to your website using a Free-online sitemap creator.

This Free-online generator will build you a sitemap up-to 500 pages. If you have a more substantial site with tens of thousands of websites you'll have to employ a paid service and/or software to build yours.

Go to: http://www.xml-sitemaps.com

Enter your required information on the form provided.

Action no 3. Add your generated.XML site-map to your host.

Once your generated site-map is finished( your generated.XML record must be called site.xml.gz) it is now time to upload it to your server using your FTP( File Transfer Protocol) pro-gram.

This is very important that you need to do this before distributing it to Google Sitemaps for addition.

Stage # 4. For different interpretations, please consider checking out: www.gmailfax.org. Distribute your.XML site-map to 'Google Sitemaps.'

Now that you've developed your 'Sitemap' for your website and downloaded it to your server all you've to do now is to go to 'Google Sitemaps' and distribute your sitemap URL.

(ex. http://www.yourdomain.com/sitemap.xml.gz)

That is it.

Now, depending on Google, your site-map should get downloaded within the next twenty four hours, so make sure to check and see that it did and that there was not any problems or mistakes.

Also, your going to want to be in a position to track your indexed websites within the search engines, especially Google, so you can see how things are going, so I'll leave you with one last resort that will do this for you.

Get to: http://www.uptimebot.com

All you've got to accomplish is enter your URL and click 'GO.'

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