How to submit website sitemap to Google Webmaster


In my previous tutorial I’ve shown you – how to create sitemap? But today I’ll tell you – how to submit website sitemap to Google Webmaster tool. You know that site map is a very essential for SEO (Search Engine Optimization).

If you want to get your blog or website on Google search then you must have to submit sitemap of your blog or website. If you don’t submit sitemap of your website then Google would not track your webpages. You know sitemap is a list of webpages of a website. So, you have to submit the list of your webpages.

Now follow me to submit sitemap of your website to Google Webmaster.

Step 1: At first generate your website sitemap. Click here to know how to create sitemap. And add your website to Google Webmaster before submitting the sitemap. Click here to know – how to add website to Google web-master.

Step 2: Visit at – and log in with your Gmail ID or Google ID.

Step 3: You will see the list of website which you have already added. Click on your target website (eg: for adding sitemap.

how to submit sitemap to google

Step 4: Click on “Crawl” Tab for expanding the list.

Step 5: Click on “Sitemaps“.

how to add sitemap to google

Step 6: Then click on “Add/Test Sitemap” button.

Step 7: Type your sitemap url and click on “Submit Sitemap” button.

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Step 8: Enjoy!!!

Remember, Google does not show any website or webpage instantly after submitting or after adding any website or any sitemap to the Google webmaster tool. Google will take few times for indexing your website or your webpages. Google takes too much time for a new site. It can be 24 hours or 48 hours. But Google will index all webpages instantly when your website will be old.

Problem? Watch the video tutorial.

Thank you for reading…

Biswajit Das
"If no one responds to your call, then go your own way alone". Open thy mind thy mind walk alone walk alone We not afraid, walk alone Open thy mind, walk alone. ---------------------------------------- A clear rejection is always better than a fake promise.