SEO and XML / HTML Sitemaps Tips

August 24, 2009 by  
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Xsitepro has on the market for a while now. Xsitepro Version 1 has evolved into Xsitepro Version 2. With the advent of Version 2, Xsitepro has crossed the hurdle from being an ordinary run of the mill website building application to a stellar application with many advanced features…..yet still is newbie friendly.

Xsitepro’s claim to fame was that it provided a way for newbies or those just entering the fine art of website building to get a website created and uploaded to the world wide web. Programs such as Dreamweaver, Frontpage, NVU to name a few were very good website editors but can’t compare to the simplicity of Xsitepro. I run across testiomonials from people across all ages and occupations who now use Xsitepro to build websites… really is amazing!

As with any successful software application that has become successful, there are a ton of videos around that help you use the program….also you’ll find some great ebooks and courses that really get into the details and advanced uses of the program. Some of the videos you’ll find in this category will help you to navigate your way through the use of Xsitepro.Take a look at this video, see if you can learn one Xsitepro trick.

Learn some of the advanced techniques of Xsitepro by using….Xsite #2 Xsitepro’s new baby….create just about any type of website you want. – Chris Hornak gives a few tips for properly setting up search engine (SEO) friendly XML HTML site maps for a website. He describes how it helps a sites hierarchy and can help your pages get more thoroughly indexed. … seo sitemap xml html tutorial

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2 Responses to “SEO and XML / HTML Sitemaps Tips”
  1. SEO Pakistan says:

    sitemaps helps the crawlers alot to know aboput every page of your website, but I would suggest to include only those papges in your sitemaps which are the most important for your website, like the homepage, then the contact us and then the order now page, these are the most important pages for a webmaster.

  2. Scott says:

    good point, although I would put some thought into not including non-essential pages such a ‘contact us’ ‘terms & conditions’ ‘privacy policy’ and the like, especially since google considers these essentials when computing your quality score if using adwords……I would need to do some more research before I omitted these pages.

    Thanks for the comment….Scott

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