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What is an XML Sitemap? In general, this is a list of URLs for your site in XML file format (also known as Google Sitemap, because it was first introduced by Google). In addition, it allows you to include additional SEO-specific information about each URL, such as the date it was last updated, how often it changes and how important it is. The XML format ensures that this information can be easily processed on different types of computers, applications and systems, so that search engines (Google, Yahoo, Bing, Ask, Baidu, AOL, Yandex, etc.) will have no problem understanding your files. . There are several limitations imposed by Google: a single XML sitemap file may not contain more than 50,000 URLs and may not exceed 10 MB. Why you need a Sitemap Because it allows you to inform Search Engines about important pages on your site. This increases visibility to Google, Bing, Yahoo, Baidu, Yandex etc and ensures indexing of web pages that might not be discovered otherwise. They provide additional information about your site to search engines, complementing their traditional methods of accessing the World Wide Web. All major search engines use the same XML-based protocol for this. This means that having an XML Sitemap will allow search engines to have updated information every time you upload a new file to the server. XML Sitemaps are especially useful if: -You have a new site -Your website contains dynamic generated by CMS (Joomla, Wordpress, Drupal, DotNetNuke, etc.) -You have a lot of pages -You didn't want Google PageRank - Your site has a complex navigation - Some of your pages are not accessible from the main page, or they are buried too deep in the page hierarchy -If you happen to have links that do not work on the site, our sitemap generator will scan them and inform you in case of errors and what specific pages need to be fixed.