Create a sitemap in a minute and get the location of the broken link immediately for free

If you want your webpage properly crawled in Google then always add the sitemap of your blog or website in Google webmaster tool. First of all, you will have to create a sitemap for your blog. You don’t need to know XML or any other language to do that.

Follow the steps below to create a sitemap and check the broken links:

1) Use XML-sitemap generator to generate the XML sitemap file. Once your sitemap will be generated, download the XML file on your local machine.

2) The XML sitemap generator will ask for some fee for locating the broken links in your sitemap. Don’t worry about the fee. Follow the next step mentioned in the article.

3) Go to the Broken Link locator. It will allow you to locate the broken link for limited times.

4) Correct the broken link of the XML sitemap, and again follow the steps from step 1.

Sanjeev Mishra is a professional blogger and an Internet Marketing Consultant based in India. He has built the Internet Techies to provide you updates in technology and web application area.