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Image Sitemap Feeds- Creation And Submission

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If you want to have the search indexes of all the major search engines rank the images of your website, you need to create an image sitemap. In order to get the search engines to do this, the image sitemap feed is the most important step. These sitemaps are created to compel search engines like Google, Yahoo and Bing to provide the results of your choice.

For instance, Image Sitemaps allow Google to understand the metadata regarding the image content on your particular website. The creation of an image sitemap involves a Wordpress plugin or custom code for your content management system. In order to start, you just install the plugin or the custom code which creates a file following the standard image sitemap xml format.

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PHP Advance Sitemap For WordPress Blog

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A PHP advance sitemap is very useful for increasing traffic to your site, and improving search engine rankings of a WordPress blog. You can enable your visitors to navigate your site easily, by making an efficient sitemap of your blog posts. However, keep in mind that we are not talking about a "Google Sitemap" here.

PHP Image Sitemap and Wordpress RSS Feed Advance

PHP Image Sitemap and Wordpress RSS Feed Advance

I discovered two very nice additions to any Wordpress site this week, a PHP Image Sitemap and a plugin called Advance Excerpt. The PHP Image Sitemap was developed by Eric Nagel who hosts the Pod Cast ‘Two Sides of the Track’ on The code is presented on this page, and following the instructions is easy and quickly accomplished. By creating a file in the root of any Wordpress website, pasting the code into the file, and submitting the file location to Google, you can have your images indexed by Google.

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