At Podpage, we automatically create a sitemap that lists every URL on your site, and it's readily accessible for your convenience. In this article, we'll explain what a sitemap is, how it benefits your podcast website, and how to access it to obtain a comprehensive list of URLs.
What is a Sitemap?
A sitemap is a structured document that provides a comprehensive list of all the URLs on your website. It's not just for human use; it's primarily created for search engines like Google.
The purpose of a sitemap is to make it easy for search engines to discover and index the pages on your site. This, in turn, helps improve your website's visibility in search engine results.
Accessing Your Podpage Sitemap
To access your Podpage sitemap and retrieve a list of all the URLs on your podcast website, follow these simple steps:
Step 1: Enter Your Domain
Open your web browser and enter your podcast website's domain and add
Step 2: Add "/sitemap"
What to Do with Your Sitemap
Once you've accessed your sitemap, you can use it to compile a list of all the URLs on your podcast website. This list can be valuable for various purposes, such as monitoring and managing your site's content, performing SEO audits, or sharing it with others who may need this information.
With your sitemap readily available, you have a convenient way to keep track of all the pages and content on your website. It's another way Podpage aims to simplify the management of your podcast site.