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Do you ping Google when you update your sitemap?

Discussion in 'Google Sitemaps' started by John Martinez 2, Aug 14, 2017.

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    When I update my website, I can see in access logs, that Google downloads my sitemap within 48 hours. If I use something like this - https://submit-sitemap.com/ - I can see in my logs immediately, that Google has downloaded my sitemap.
    SEMrush
    May I be penalized for pinging Google for pinging them too much?
     
    John Martinez 2, Aug 14, 2017 IP
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    Sumit_Singh Active Member

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    Why you do this, submit your sitemap to WT and it's good, there is no need to this. Even if you do not the use the sitemap, there is no issue, but content matters so update the content and Google is smart enough to find the new content in the websites.
     
    Sumit_Singh, Sep 21, 2017 IP
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    websitetools Well-Known Member

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    If you update your XML sitemap - I do not see any harm in informing Google that you updated it - afterall - why else would Google create a specific option for informing them? :)

    Note: Of course you should not be "hammering" Google all the time 24/7 with sitemap pings.
     
    websitetools, Oct 10, 2017 IP
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    If you submit your sitemap, your site will be indexed quicker. I think that's all for its purpose.
     
    daica85, Nov 16, 2017 IP
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    Don't Ping to Google everything :)
     
    Arun Kumar Soni, Nov 16, 2017 IP
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    try again
     
    HB Arif, Nov 20, 2017 IP
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    Moloove Greenhorn

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    In my opinion the result of 48 hours is very good. Why do you want faster? If after 48 hours the pages are not indexed, then you need to look for errors.
     
    Moloove, Jul 30, 2018 IP
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    Jim Catanich Peon

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    Pinging Google will just get them upset. There is a better way. Always set up a Search Console (SC) or Webmaster Tools account for the website. Then submit the xml sitemap there (<crawl><sitemaps>). However, if you then make changes to a PAGE, use the SC Fetch feature (<crawl><Fetch as Google>) to resubmit the PAGE. It usually take about 10 minutes to see the results in the SERPs - Check the Cache. However, Google sets what appears to be a 24 hours limit on doing this again on the PAGE. Other pages are fine.
     
    Jim Catanich, Aug 3, 2018 IP