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If you're looking to expand the reach of your online store, consider submitting a sitemap to Google Search Console; it helps Google find and index valuable pages on your site. The link to your sitemap is either domain.com/sitemap.xml or domain.onshopbase.com/sitemap.xml (depending on which is your primary domain).


In this article

A. Find your sitemap
B. Verify your site with Google
C. Submit your sitemap to Google Search Console

A. Find your sitemap

Simply put, you can get the link to your sitemap by adding /sitemap.xml after your store's primary domain. For example: dailybest.deals/sitemap.xml.

This sitemap file is automatically generated and links to separate sitemaps for your products, collections, blogs, and webpages. It is automatically updated when you add a new webpage, product, collection, image, or blog post to your ShopBase online store.

B. Verify your site with Google

Before you submit your sitemap to Google Search Console, you must verify your site.

Open Google Search Console



In URL prefix, enter your full URL including the SSL certificate (https). You can use a custom domain your purchased or your .onshopbase.com domain.



If you use your .onshopbase.com domain to verify, and then replace it with a custom domain, you will need to re-verify your site again.

Click Continue.

Click the arrow to open the Google Analytics method.



Set up your Google Analytics.

Back on Google Search Console, click Verify underneath the Google Analytics method



If successfully, you see a pop-up stating the owner shop has been verified.



C. Submit your sitemap to Google Search Console

You can submit your sitemap to Google Search Console to help Google find and index valuable pages on your site.

After your site is verified, go to Google Search Console.

Click Sitemaps.



In the Add a new sitemap section, enter sitemap.xml and then click SUBMIT.



The process of crawling and indexing your site can take time, and Google doesn't guarantee how long it'll take. Learn more about what to expect when your site is indexed from the Google Search Console Help.
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