One of the first search engine optimization tactics you want to implement is to create a sitemap or submit your existing sitemap for your website to Google.A sitemap is a way to tell Google about the pages on your site that it might not otherwise be able to discover on its own.Google uses robots, or web crawlers, to scan the content of sites to index the information for use in its search results. Sitemaps that have been submitted to Google can make this process easier and can certainly help Google find pages that may not necessarily be linked to your homepage.
Adding your sitemap is just one of the many SEO tactics you'll want to utilize in your SEO strategy.
The first step in submitting a sitemap will be to create one if your Webmaster hasn’t already. Content management systems like Drupal may have the .xml file ready for submission, which will allow you to copy and paste when the time comes.
Once you have the code ready to go:
BOOM! Your Sitemap has been added to Google!
Submitting your sitemap to Google is an essential step in SEO and after doing so, you should see positive results. Why wait for Google to crawl your site when you can easily submit the information yourself? Submit your sitemap, wait for Google to index it, and then move on to your next step in the SEO process.