Your website sitemap is used by Internet search engines to understand how your site is structured, easily find each page, and index your site pages appropriately in order to display relevant pages in search results. Learn to access your sitemap.
In this article:
What is a sitemap?
A sitemap, specifically an XML sitemap, directs search engines like Google to your important pages so they can be displayed appropriately in search results.
Given the importance of organic traffic to your website from Internet searches, it's best to do everything you can to help search engines understand your site.
A sitemap maximizes the chance search engines will see everything you want them to find.
Fortunately, Kajabi has already conveniently created a sitemap out of your published pages.
What pages are included in your sitemap?
With Kajabi's latest update, your landing pages are now included in your sitemap!
Your sitemap includes all of the published pages on your Kajabi site.
Keep in mind, only your published pages will display in your sitemap, and if you choose to disable the "Show page in search results" setting on your page, it will not be visible on your sitemap. Learn more
Click to learn more about Sitemaps with Google's Documentation.
View your website's sitemap
- Type your site URL in a web browser followed by
- For example, to find the sample sitemap below I would enter
www.camjabi.com/sitemap.xmlinto my web browser:
Search engines like Google will eventually find your sitemap on their own.
However, you can prompt the bots to take a look at any updates to your information sooner by adding your sitemap to the Google Search Console.
After determining the structure of your website, add your XML sitemap to Google Search Console.
Click to learn how to submit your sitemap.
And that’s how you can view your sitemap! Please vote below and let us know if you found this article helpful. We value your feedback. Thanks for being the best part of Kajabi!