We all wants to get a lot of traffic to our blog but this will only possible when our blog has great place in the search engine results. All of us are aware by Google Webmaster Tools, it is owned by Google. It is just an amazing tool for bloggers and webmasters because it helps us to improve our blog visibility in Google search results. It helps our blog being index by search bots and increasing its crawling rate. All of us to do is just submit a sitemap of our blog. Sitemap is the collection of all of our blog posts in xml format. When we submit sitemap to Google Webmaster tools it tells Google about all of our posts and ping when we publish a new post. So lets start submitting your blog’s sitemap to Google Webmaster Tools.

  Submit Blogger Sitemap To Google Webmaster Tools:

Below are some easy steps you have to go through in terms to submit your blogspot blog sitemap.

  • Sign in to Google Webmaster Tools.
  • Click on the blog title for which you want to add sitemap.
  • Click on sitemap button as shown below.
  • At the top right corner of the page, press Add/Test sitemap button.
  • Once you click on the button, a small box will appear as shown in the screenshot below.

 

  • Add the below code in the text field.

 

atom.xml?redirect=false&start-index=1&max-results=500

This is the sitemap code for your blogger blog which you need to add.

  • Press “Submit Sitemap” button.
  • Refresh the page.

Congratulation! You have finish the process of submitting your blog sitemap.

Note: The above sitemap will work for 500 posts only. If you have more than 500 posts published in your blog, then you have to add one more sitemap. Whole procedure will be same but at this time you have to add this code.

atom.xml?redirect=false&start-index=500&max-results=1000

 

  Final Words:

This is the step by step tutorial on how you can submit your blog sitemap to Google Webmaster Tools and increase your crawling rate. If you feel any difficulty please let me know in comments. Don’t forget to share your views on this post till then Peace, Blessings and Happy Submitting.