How to add blogger sitemap in Google Webmaster Tool
Adding sitemap of your blogger to Google Webmaster Tool will help Google to discover your blog and get more visitors to your site.
The steps are as follow.
1. You need to create an account with Webmaster Tool. Go to http://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/ to create your account.
2. Click Add A Site, Then Enter the url of your blog that you want to manage. And Click Continue.
3. Then you need to Click Site Configuration > Click Sitemaps > Click Submit A Sitemap.
4. Enter atom.xml?redirect=false in the field and Click Submit Sitemap.
5. After few minutes, Google will successfully index your sitemap.
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