It’s a question often asked by webmasters and it’s one of the known causes of rankings not being as good as they should be.
Pages of your site not being indexed or crawled often can have a significant impact on the amount of traffic your site generates, especially from long-tail keywords.
If Google’s not indexing your content or crawling it very often, then all we really need to do, is give Google a nudge in the right direction.
In PHP RSS Reader, we’ve built sitemap functionality directly into the script.
If you’re a premium customer, you can find your sitemap simply by appending ‘sitemap.xml’ to the end of your script root url, for example: http://www.phprssreader.com/blog/sitemap.xml
Once your site is up and running, you should submit this sitemap to to
Your site will get an increased indexation and crawled a lot more often if you submit your sitemap to webmaster tools.
Also.. each category of the site, including the homepage, has an individual RSS feed. Each of these RSS can also act as a sitemap and should also be submitted to webmaster tools to ensure Google knows every time a new article goes live.
So, if you’re interested in getting a PHP RSS Reader for your website and increasing your sites indexation and ultimately traffic, then why not try the basic free version by clicking here, or if you’re ready, try the risk-free full version, by clicking here.