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HOW DO I ADD A SITEMAP TO MY SITE?

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Hi - @Brad_S,

I'm glad to help you.

Squarespace automatically generates a sitemap for your website, so you don't need to create one manually. 

But you can submit your sitemap by using Google Search Console. To submit your Squarespace sitemap to Google Search Console:

  • Log into your Google Search Console account and select the website property you want to add the sitemap to.
  • In the "Index" section, select "Sitemaps".
  • Click "Add a new sitemap" and enter the URL of your sitemap.
  • Click "Submit".
  • You can check out this video from 3:19:

Google will then start crawling your sitemap to index your website's pages more effectively. No further action is required on your part, as Squarespace automatically updates your sitemap whenever you add or remove pages from your website.
 

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Sadul Sifat.

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