Tuesday, October 22, 2013
Most websites have a sitemap. Simply described, a sitemap is a list of all pages on a website. Although a sitemap is not necessary for a site which is well-organized with a straightforward structure, most webmasters will create one and submit it to the major search engines at the time of the site’s launch. This provides Google, Yahoo and Bing with a roadmap of the various pages in your site which should be accessed by crawlers to compile information for their respective indexes.
At Zola Creative, all of our sites feature a dynamic sitemap. As part of our Foundational Optimization, we submit these maps to all of the search engines but we don’t stop there. We’ve implemented a sophisticated system which recognizes each time a change is made, automatically revises the sitemap and resubmits it to the search engines so they’re immediately notified of the change, speeding up the indexing process.
Contact us today to learn more about our advanced SEO strategies that have helped countless attorneys reach new heights.