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Old 04-13-2011, 03:50 AM
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Can sitemap.xml be resubmited to Google everyday?

Aim at bad indexed state of my site, many people suggest that you should add new content to the site, update the sitemap.xml and make Google know the update of the site. yes, I always do this, However, I am now puzzled that should I update the sitemap.xml everyday and resubmit the updated sitemap.xml to Google everyday through Google webmaster, the premise is that new content is added to my site every day.
 
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Old 04-13-2011, 04:50 AM
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That wouldn't be helpful jsut make a new site map and submit it on Google wait for the result, it takes time time to return a result, and if its doesn't helpful than chek on your content and other ON-Page settng.
 
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Old 04-13-2011, 11:12 AM
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I think that may be a little over the top. Just keep it up to date.
 
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Aim at bad indexed state of my site, many people suggest that you should add new content to the site, update the sitemap.xml and make Google know the update of the site. yes, I always do this, However, I am now puzzled that should I update the sitemap.xml everyday and resubmit the updated sitemap.xml to Google everyday through Google webmaster, the premise is that new content is added to my site every day.
There is no need to submit sitemap.xml to the Google everyday, if you are updating content on the existing pages.
You need to update and resubmit it, when you add new pages in your website.
 
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Old 04-14-2011, 08:59 AM
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If new pages are added on regular basis on your site just like news site. In that case you have to add xml sitemap in webmaster tool otherwise no need to add xml sitemap in webmaster tool. Basically now a days if your site is well interlinked then no xml sitemap is required. Google can find each page easily
 
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You should only submit the sitemap if it is being updated on a daily basis as the SE would not know that you have new content on your website.
 
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