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Title: How to solve sitemap Problem?
Post by: Rajkumar275 on 07-06-2015, 23:34:50
Hello Friends,

How to solve a sitemap problem? i am facing a problem,  i have created a new sitemap Which contain total 34 Urls but when i submit it in Google webmaster when only 4 pages indexed. please suggest me what can i do. for index my site in Google search engine.
Title: Re: How to solve sitemap Problem?
Post by: RH-Calvin on 07-14-2015, 04:43:48
Do you get any error message for crawl errors in webmaster account? If not, then you can regenerate your sitemap and submit again. Your webpages will be indexed soon.
Title: Re: How to solve sitemap Problem?
Post by: Harikrishna Patel on 07-21-2015, 05:11:17
Use Fetch as Google in Webmaster tools https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/googlebot-fetch (https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/googlebot-fetch). I have same problem in my web development (http://www.softqubes.com/website-development/) site
Title: Re: How to solve sitemap Problem?
Post by: pathannishat on 07-23-2015, 04:50:04
How to solve sitemap Problem?
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Hello Friends,

How to solve a sitemap problem? i am facing a problem,  i have created a new sitemap Which contain total 34 Urls but when i submit it in Google webmaster when only 4 pages indexed. please suggest me what can i do. for index my site in Google search engine.




Hi there,
Please check the your sitemap and frequency of that, keep 1 for home page, put 0.85 for rest of the pages.
Title: Re: How to solve sitemap Problem?
Post by: ashutoshkumar on 08-08-2015, 04:43:53
If you are facing any problem with the sitemap of your website (http://infoaboutecommerce.weebly.com/) then use this www.xml-sitemaps.com. Here just pase your website URL and you will get a link which you have to submit in your website backend. After that Google will crawl all your pages by itself and your pages will be easily located by every viewers of it easily.

(http://www.smarhling.com/images/sitemap.jpg)
Title: Re: How to solve sitemap Problem?
Post by: chharlesdavis on 08-09-2015, 21:54:52
First thing is that did you generate sitemap from https://www.xml-sitemaps.com or manually created it. If you manually included the all urls so there is possibilities of not inter connected all webpages if yes! so please make them interconnected. If Not! so there is possibility that your website do not getting more more visitors and site is not popular so please take seo services and increase visitors. You will get index in search engine in few days.   
Title: Re: How to solve sitemap Problem?
Post by: TomClarke on 08-30-2016, 05:30:18
Open your browser and visit your website's main page. When you see the main page in the browser, copy the website address and paste that address into the sitemap generator URL field under the settings tab. Don't type it in, copy and paste the entire address just as it appears and you'll be all set.
When oyur yool builds a sitemap, it needs a valid starting URL. Chances are, you have given it a URL that is a redirect. 
Title: Re: How to solve sitemap Problem?
Post by: SankalpPatil on 09-27-2016, 06:10:17
The most ideal approach to this is to deliberately read and comprehend the site-maps manifestations and accommodation rules. In the event that you are utilizing an outsider site-map generator, try to survey the made site-map before clicking "submit". In as much as there are no punishments for submitting site-map, a few blunders can be immoderate. You can utilize the mistakes to likewise enhance the general client experience, by guaranteeing that there are no dead connections.
Title: Re: How to solve sitemap Problem?
Post by: pablohunt2812 on 10-17-2016, 10:16:41
To do that in Google;

Long in to your Webmaster tools homepage
Click on the website
Click on Sitemaps under Crawl
Select the sitemaps you would like to resubmit
Click on the Resubmit button to complete the process
1. COMPRESSION ERROR

This error means that your sitemap couldn’t be processed by Google because it couldn’t be uncompressed. This is common for compressed sitemaps that are submitted in an archive file like .zip.

THE SOLUTION:

To fix this, review the sitemap and compress it one more time. Upload the new archive file and proceed to resubmit to the Webmaster Tools.

2. EMPTY SITEMAP

You are likely to encounter this error if the sitemap submitted is empty. Improper tagging of URLs in the sitemap might also lead to this error because the Google bots cannot detect the information in the format.

THE SOLUTION:

Start by checking the sitemap just to ascertain that indeed it is not empty. Ensure that the URLs are properly tagged. This information is available on the sitemaps guidelines, which you must read and understand before you even think about creating sitemaps.

3. HTTP ERROR (SPECIFIC CODE)

This simply means that the sitemap couldn’t be processed or the bots came across some HTTP error that is not really critical especially when trying to have the sitemap downloaded. Note that some errors like 404 are critical but others might just show temporary errors like server problems.

THE SOLUTION:

Confirm is indeed the specified sitemap URL is accurate and is available at the location indicated. Once you are sure, simply resubmit the sitemap to Google Webmaster Tools.

4. INCORRECT NAMESPACE.

A namespace is an assortment of names that can be used as elements and attributes in an XML file. When you specify the namespace in an XML file, you are simply telling Google what kind of data contained in the sitemap plus their respective tags.

THE SOLUTION:

Give the sitemap a second look and ensure that the namespace is specified correctly. Once convinced that all is well, resubmit the sitemap.

There are many more errors you can encounter when submitting your sitemap to Webmaster tools. The best way to go about this is to carefully read and understand the sitemaps creations and submission guidelines. If you are using a third-party sitemap generator, make an effort to review the created sitemap before clicking “submit”. In as much as there are no penalties for submitting sitemaps, some errors can be costly. You can use the errors to also improve on the overall user experience, by ensuring that there are no dead links or using robots.txt. If you are interested in submitting to other popular search engines, please read the article How to submit your sitemap to search engines.