Do you offer a tool to create google site maps?

Yes we do.

Having your website listed in Google is vital. Google has a special tool called Google Sitemaps which generates a list of all the files on your website and sends them to Google. This allows Google to ensure it finds all of your web pages and files. For most, the software to generate a Sitemap is quite complicated and time consuming, but we have developed a tool to make it really easy for every GodsWeb customer to utilise on your account.

Login to your control panel, click on the Web Statistics section and you'll find the one step install button.

*This is an additional service to the Search Engine Submission Tool included with every hosting account.
** This service is not available on the older Pre-Aug 04 or Genesis PRO hosting accounts.

NOTE: You should always allow 2-6 months for google to index your site and please ensure your site is optimised for search engines before using any submission service. GodsWeb cannot offer advice on this subject, as there are already a wide range of specialist sites, the best of which (in our opinion) is

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