See how a Sitemap Generator could help you with your search engine ranking. Learn to use one.
A sitemap is a file that contains the different pages of a website and the path to them through the sections of the site. The webpages can be organized visually or as simple text and this kind of a file is very useful for two reasons. The first one is that it makes it faster and easier for the website visitors to discover a particular page they need, which means that they can navigate your Internet site better and quicker, that in turn will improve their user experience and it will be more likely that they will come back to the site or will recommend it to other people. One more reason is the fact that a sitemap makes it possible for search engines to index your website content better, particularly when it's updated, so if users are trying to find particular content, it's more likely that they will find your Internet site as it will be listed higher in their search results. In case your Internet site is not indexed efficiently, it might not show up for some searches, so even in case you have what people need, they will simply not get to your Internet site.
SiteMap Generator in Shared Hosting
In case you would like to have a sitemap, however, you don't have much experience with Internet sites as a whole, you you'll be able to take advantage of the sitemap generator that we offer with our shared hosting plans. As a part of the Hepsia Control Panel, the software tool shares the very same simple and easy-to-navigate user interface, so it will take you a few clicks to make a comprehensive sitemap that will be search engine friendly. The generator allows you to pick the highest number of links the sitemap should include as well as how many levels down the web pages these links should go. In addition, you can select what type of file extensions to be included, so in case you offer certain website content for instance music, e-books or some documents, you could type their extensions before you make the sitemap and our instrument will incorporate them together with the standard web pages.