How To Submit Sitemap Follow this Tricks

Blogger Dynamic sitemap.xml due to some technical cache problem, is generating only 20 sub-pages where each page contains only 150 links (i.e. 20 X 150 = 3000 urls). That means, your blogspot Sitemap Index File  will only submit a maximum of 3000 Posts to Google Webmaster Search Console due to this technical bug. Upon exploring the organization of sitemap pages inside the index file (i.e. Parent Sitemap.xml), I came to discover that the blogger server is successfully generating sitemap pages in sequential order, the reason why they are not listed inside the Sitemap Index is because the Parent page is not pinged or refreshed after 20 pages are registered.  I am sure I may be sounding a little confusing at this moment to newbies but the illustrations and solutions below will help you understand and fix this ongoing problem where most users complained that webmaster is indexing only 3000 URLS and not indexing the remaining of your blog posts.


The Blogger Sitemap Index File groups your blog posts into subpages where each page contains a total of 150 Posts. A new page is created each time your post count inside an existing page exceeds 150. 

For example if your blog contains a total of 600 published posts then your sitemap index file will create a total of 4 pages where each page will contain 150 links (i.e. 600/150 = 4 Pages). The pages will be listed inside sitemap.xml in this order:

Submit Sitemap if your Posts are less than 3000

If your published posts are less than 3000 articles in all then you just need to submit the following sitemap to Google search console and Bing webmaster tools:

http://www.Your-Blog.blogspot.com/sitemap.xml
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Submit Sitemap if your Posts are greater than 3000

If the count of your published posts is greater than 3,000 then you need to manually submit the subpages using the calculation we did earlier.

Start the page count from 21 because 20 pages are already included inside the Parent sitemap.xml. So the sitemap pages that we need to submit along with the index sitemap are:

http://www.Your-Blog.blogspot.com/sitemap.xml

http://www.Your-Blog.blogspot.com/sitemap.xml?page=21

http://www.Your-Blog.blogspot.com/sitemap.xml?page=22

http://www.Your-Blog.blogspot.com/sitemap.xml?page=23

http://www.Your-Blog.blogspot.com/sitemap.xml?page=24

http://www.Your-Blog.blogspot.com/sitemap.xml?page=25

http://www.Your-Blog.blogspot.com/sitemap.xml?page=26

http://www.Your-Blog.blogspot.com/sitemap.xml?page=27

http://www.Your-Blog.blogspot.com/sitemap.xml?page=28



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