Submit your website’s updated information to Google using Google Sitemap Tool
Google unveil a very innovative tool to allow webmaster submit their site’s changes (new links, new content, etc) to Google’s search database using their Google Sitemap service
This service allows a webmaster to manage and submit all the sites he/she operates under a single Google account.
I am not a big fan of search engine submission. However, Google seems to have put in a lot of valuable statistic and management features into this new service – Google Webmaster Tools. And Google Sitemap is among one of them.
So it is worth to take a look.
Particularly, you can use a XML formatted Google Sitemap File to notify and update Google any changes of your site’s content.
If you are using WordPress like this Blog, you can use the plugin here to generate the Sitemap file:
If you are using Joomla (my favorite Content Management Script), you can use Joomap as a new component to aid the auto-generation of the sitemap xml file.
If you use OSCommerce, you cannot miss this one
There are quite a lot of available third party solutions of sitemap generation available at this link
I have just started to test and verify the effectiveness of this service. I’ll be using Joomap and WordPress Sitemap generator for the trials. Stay tuned with me for my update on this service.