Sitemaps: When do I get a Sitemap for my account?
When I tried to submit my sitemap to google, it said there was an eror 404 meaning that my account has not had a sitemap created for it yet. So how long does it take to get a sitemap? Do you have to write a certain amount of articles before HubPages creates a sitemap for you? All I know is that it would help my 2 articles already published here if I could submit a sitemap to google.
You probably need to make a Sitemap. Read this article:
http://quotations.hubpages.com/hub/How- … o-hubpages
It's a good hub, about creating a hub to act as a sitemap for people, as well as for the spiders to find links to your pages, however it is a bit out dated as to what is allowed in our user profile, as we can't have links in the text of our profile.
HubPages doesn't create a sitemap for hubbers who have less then 10 hubs, once you reach 10 HubPages will create one for you. However as a work around you can submit your rss feed as a sitemap to Google, and it will accept the rss feed no problem. How do you submit your rss feed to Google? Just copy this http://YourUserName.HubPages.com/hubs/latest?rss and replace "YourUserName" with your username. Poof! you now have a site map submitted to Google.
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