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Old 02-11-2011, 04:36 PM
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Question New Sitemap submission is needed whenever you update your site..??

My new site will have average 1 to 2 new article in the site. Is it necessary to submit new sitemap to google every time I update ??
If I will not submit new sitemap, google will not find my new data ??

Submission of new sitemap can effect your position on search page of Google ??

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Old 02-11-2011, 07:43 PM
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no Dude you have to submit your site map to Google for only one time. no need to submit them again. but there may be some unusual causes due to which your site map may be corrupted. you can see it in the Google webmaster tool. if it says your site map is ok then there is no need to submit it again but if not then you can see a cross sign in the section and you have to submit is or correct it by other ways.
 
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Old 02-11-2011, 09:22 PM
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than, how google will detect our new data....???
 
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Old 02-13-2011, 07:15 PM
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Google will still be able to get to your new information just from crawling your site. I do recommend that you put a sitemap on your site that you update on a regular basis so that your visitors can easily find articles, and with that, I would update it on a regular basis as well.
 
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no its not.. the best thing to do is continue building more links on your site, it helps bots to recognize new pages..
 
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Old 02-19-2011, 05:18 AM
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There is absolutely no need to submit sitemap to google again and again,only submit it once, if you are constantly adding content to your site, the new pages will be automatically crawled by google.
 
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I agree only submit once. Build backlinks to your new pages and your new pages will get crawled sooner or later.
 
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Old 02-19-2011, 07:20 AM
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I agree only submit once. Build backlinks to your new pages and your new pages will get crawled sooner or later.
I guess you don't know what the purpose of a sitemap is then. A sitemap is something that helps aid the indexing by search engines, because it informs them of parts of your site that the crawlers won't find normally.

So submitting it each time you add/remove something from your website is extremely useful to help indexing.

I resubmit my sitemap after each and every new blog post.
 
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I guess you don't know what the purpose of a sitemap is then. A sitemap is something that helps aid the indexing by search engines, because it informs them of parts of your site that the crawlers won't find normally.

So submitting it each time you add/remove something from your website is extremely useful to help indexing.

I resubmit my sitemap after each and every new blog post.
By submiting your site map your asking Google to crawl your whole site. Why if you create a new blog post are you asking Google to recrawl your whole site? It has been known that if pages are already indexed in Google that it can have adverse effect on rankings.
 
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It has been known that if pages are already indexed in Google that it can have adverse effect on rankings.
From what source are you gathering these claims?
 
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From my own personal experience plus experiences from other website developers, known personally and on forums that have had similar effects after constantly resubmitting a site map.
 
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From my own personal experience plus experiences from other website developers, known personally and on forums that have had similar effects after constantly resubmitting a site map.
I've always resubmitted sitemap after each new content being added, and I have never had ranking problems at all. Ever.
 
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I've always resubmitted sitemap after each new content being added, and I have never had ranking problems at all. Ever.
This then seems to work for you, when I included more pages to my website the pages were indexed on google in a week which I think is quite quick, I didn't have to resubmit a site map for that it seemed google was regualrly visiting my my site and indexing my new content. My observation to this was only that due to links pointing back to my site google spiders where frequently visiting.
 
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Tell me please guys, programs sitemapings, for google. I want to try on its put [removed]

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