[thelist] Automated Generation & Submission of Google Sitemaps

Marianela Queme mqueme at gmail.com
Tue Jan 16 12:17:21 CST 2007

Hi Chris

Not exactly a windows program , but it might help



On 1/16/07, Chris Dempsey <evolt at cubeit.co.uk> wrote:
> Hi,
> Can anyone recommend a windows program that can be scheduled to generate
> and
> submit XML Sitemaps to Google?  I've played with CoffeeCup Sitemapper
> which
> makes it real easy to schedule, generate, save and upload the XML Sitemap
> via FTP but does not appear to automagically inform Google that the
> content
> of the file has changed.
> I know Google supplies a Python based solution but this is not ideal for
> us
> for reasons including:
> - the command line interface is a little complex to task our admin staff
> to
> deal with
> - we have a lot of sites on virtual windows boxes more on virtual linux
> boxes and some dedicated linux boxes as well
> We have a windows box in the office that is used to run scheduled backup
> jobs so it would be ideal if we could install a bit of software on there
> that could be configured with a GUI program by the admin staff and left to
> update the XML Sitemaps then inform Google that they have changed.
> Anyone got any thoughts?
> Thanks,
> Chris.
> [ apologies if this post appears twice, first one was rejected as I sent
> it
> from the wrong account ]
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