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Recommend a Google Sitemap Generator

Discussion in 'Google Sitemaps' started by toocoolforschool, Jul 1, 2005.

  1. SEO Jeff

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    Google Generator is developed using Python so in order for you to use it you have to have Python installed on a web server and I found it hard to setup since I am not a Python developer. So I looked for others and I think CoffeeCup has a very nice generator. Very easy to use. I am at this moment using it to make a site-map for my MS site that has tons of pages and it's pretty fast.

    http://www.coffeecup.com/google-sitemapper/
    SEMrush
     
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    Anyone know of a server side sitemap generator written in ASP?
     
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    Thanks for the clarification. Yes, I guess no teveryone has Python.
     
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    I use coffeecup google sitemaper.

    Great little app.
     
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    linkage? ;)
     
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    I use VIGOS Gsitemap. http://www.vigos.com/products/gsitemap/

    It is easy to use and they submit it to Google, too.
     
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    Anyone tried G-Mapper the free Google & yahoo sitemap genrator?

    It doesn't spider sites it just indexes physical files on the local version then uploads the map.

    For dynamic sites we hook up directly to the database rather than spider the site as it's more reliable and efficient. But we don't have any free scripts to do this as every database and URL syntax is different. But there are scripts available for common databases such as forums, etc.
     
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    I bought it last week, It's very useful and easy to used. http://www.xml-sitemaps.com/
     
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    thanks for all info!

    great sitemap generator
     
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    You could try my sitemap creator program
     
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    I use the one located at the "Mypagerank" site: http://www.mypagerank.net/google_sitemap_creator.html and the one that was already mentioned at the "XML Sitemaps": http://www.xml-sitemaps.com ...


    However note that both generate a "sitemap.xml" files that is not valid when processed with "Google Sitemap Validator": http://www.validome.org/google (and I need to "merge" them to be valid in the end); see the recent Why two generators make totally different Sitemaps?? thread that I opened here on Digital Point for details.


    tayiper
     
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    I also use GSiteCrawler with the MSSQL server option. This is a very cool free tool, but it takes a little getting used to. If your site has 10's of thousands of links, get the MSSQL as that friggin MSAccess make my PC slooooooooow.

    I like GSiteCrawler because:
    1. It's a real tool that automates chore-like tasks
    2. It can post the sitemap via FTP for you
    3. It can split sitemaps for site that have 10 of thousands of links
    4. It feature ridden, I mean filled...meaning you have to play to find all the features. What fun!
    5. If you know SQL it can tell you all sorts of stuff about your links, Titles, page size etc. For example you want to know all the pages that your forgot to change the template title on
      select Title, count(*) from URLs group by Title order by 1
    6. Since it stores all relevent data on your URL's data in a SQL database, you can generate any kind of report you might want.
    7. Using SQL server Maintenance Plan, it indexes automatically ...nice :)
    8. It ran slow on Access with a 2GB access file. So far with V1.2 Beta SQL it's much faster
    9. Generates robots.tx file -or- uses robots.txt to ignore pages.

    --SteveMc
     
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