How to Submit Sitemap to Google Search Console? – Blogspot/Blogger Method 1

If you want to take benefits of Organic traffic to get better search engine ranking, then one of the essential things is submitting a sitemap to all search engines. The good thing is that Google Blogger v2 has a ‘sitemap.xml’ file on the server, and you can submit these files to search engines. Most people think that sitemap submission is a complicated process, and they can not be able to submit Blogger sitemap successfully, so they always look for an expert who can do this task for them.

In this article, I will cover the entire process of submitting a Blogger sitemap to the Google search console in less than 5 minutes. This task is the most important and most searched topic on Google and other search engines. I have created a video tutorial to guide you in a better manner, but I am also texting hereunder all the necessary steps.

How to submit Blogspot sitemap to Google

Steps to Submit Sitemap to Google Search Console – Blogspot

1. The first land to https://search.google.com/search-console

2. If you are not already logged in to Google, please log in (if necessary).

3. Now can find a drop-down menu to pick a website.

4. Select one blog to submit a sitemap.

5. Additional—If your blog is not on this list, you can submit it by clicking the + Add Property button.

6. After selecting the blog, click the Sitemaps tab on the left menu.

7. After that, in the “Add a new sitemap” section, you get the option to “Enter sitemap URL.”

https://yourblog.blogspot.com/sitemap.xml

Submit sitemap in the Google search console

8. Here type or copy-paste the sitemap URL.

9. Now click on the blue color Submit button.

10. After this action, you can refresh the page to see the “Submitted sitemaps.”

Your blog posts and pages have been submitted to the Google search engine. They will be crawled within the next 2 or 3 days. Then, you’ll be able to see the number of pages indexed by the Google search engine and other related stats.

Note: You can use Method 2 to submit a sitemap for a blogger blog that is using a custom domain. Method 2 is here.

Bug related to sitemap.xml has been resolved for custom domains on Google Blogger.

Sitemap submission to Google Webmaster tools is a task of 5 minutes. It is really simple, and anyone can submit a sitemap for their blogs following all the steps given above. :)

7 thoughts on “How to Submit Sitemap to Google Search Console? – Blogspot/Blogger Method 1”

  1. Great Post! Thanks for this informative post and the good thing is that you can build sitemap online. A sitemap reveals the initial definition of what you are going to offer on your website. This gives you an opportunity to make a good impression especially to new visitors who don’t have an idea how to navigate on your website. Simple structures work well but avoid the danger of making it too basic to be misunderstood. You can reference it in sitemaps, content strategies and functional specifications and it’s also a great way to show to the client what you are planning to build them.

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    Nishan SIngh

    Can we need to submit one time sitemap in blogger after it will update automatically…..

    Thanks advance

    1. Vinay Prajapati
      Vinay Prajapati

      Submit sitemap to Google Search Console and Bing Webmasters tool. You may need to resubmit sitemap if search engines not indexing posts.

  3. Thanks, it was helpful…. You can also help me towards building my blog as I am new to blogging. I’m still battling with some stuff and I’m really confused. Kindly visit my site to help me go through some mistakes I might be making as a starter…. Thanks very much.

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