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The essence of creating a Tistory sitemap. (Google Search Console, Naver Webmaster)

The original structure of the sitemap should be in the path immediately following the site's domain name (the root folder), and should be updated in real time whenever new documents or structures in the site are made available to inform searchbots. However, since it's impossible for Tistory to create, update, and put its own sitemap in its own root directory, the sitemap can be created temporarily through the sitemap creation site and uploaded to include the domain name through file attachment. It can be treated as a means.

Of course, this method has the same disadvantages as described above, and the limitation is clear because the sitemap is not updated and sitemap generating sites usually limit the number of indexes such as 500 or 4000 for free. However, there are no other alternatives in Tistory, and even if it is not perfect, it is more advantageous to SEO than no sitemap.

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    Create a Tistory Blog Sitemap

First, let's create a sitemap for the Tstory Blog through the sitemap generation site. If you don't have a site you can use, you can enter any of the following, and each site has different details such as the number of indexes and 'https' support.

  • Search Google 'Sitemap generation site'
  • 'check-domains.com' XML sitemap generator
  • 'web-site-map.com' XML sitemap generator
  • Based on 'check-domains.com', after entering the site, enter the site address in the 'Site URL:' field and press the 'Create Sitemap' button. The processing time is long in proportion to the size of the site, so you can turn it around, wait slowly, and use it when the index is completed.

    If the index is completed, a link to download the 'XML' file is generated by using 'XML sitemap-Download'. This 'sitemap.xml' is the file and extension used to create the sitemap. You only need to download it. You can register it later with other search engines, so keep this 'xml' file somewhere.

      Upload your sitemap to Tistory

    You can now upload an 'XML' file to Tistory and use that address, because 'sitemap' must be present after the domain address (ex. Can not be used even if raised from.

    This doesn't mean there's no way, but if you upload a sitemap by uploading a file to an individual post or form, you can upload it in the same way as 'https: // your domain/attachment/cfile25.uf@98XZCFSD75468DFS.xml' Therefore, upload in this manner. If you're uploading to a post, you'll want to upload it to the first post that you don't want to delete and check later, or if you don't like it, you can create a sitemap form and upload it there.

    1. Enter the editor and upload the sitemap to the file library through 'File Storage → Attach File → Select File → Download downloaded sitemap.xml → Register'.
    2. Click on the Sitemap uploaded to File Locker and underneath "Insert the selected file at the current cursor position in the body." Insert through the button.
    3. After previewing or publishing, you can find the link by right-clicking → copying the link address in the 'sitemap.xml' file attached in the posting. if
    4. [##_1N|cfile25.uf@98XZCFSD75468DFS.xml|filename="sitemap.xml" filemime="text/xml"|_##]
      

      In this way, the sitemap is attached. Import only the 'cfile ~ xml' part, which is colored in red,

      https://도메인명(Your domain)/attachment/
      

      If you add an address, it becomes the same address. In this way.

      https://도메인명(Your domain)/attachment/cfile25.uf@98XZCFSD75468DFS.xml
      
    5. Once you have a link to the sitemap, delete the sitemap part of the HTML, leaving the file attachments as it is for posting. It's weird if you have a sitemap in your posting.
    6. Now, submit this sitemap address to the Google Search Console and Naver Webmaster, where you submit your sitemap, and you're done.

      Submit your sitemap to Google Search Console or NAVER Webmaster

    In fact, submitting a sitemap to a webmaster is very simple, although it's slightly different for each search engine. I tried to omit it, but I will briefly explain it for beginners.

  • Google Search Console Google Search Console pageGo to 'Index → Sitemaps' on the left menu, paste the address of the acquired sitemap in the 'Add New Sitemap' field, and press the 'Submit' button on the right.
  • For NAVER Webmaster NAVER Webmaster Linked Site List PageGo to and click your site. Enter 'Request → Submit Sitemap' on the left menu, and enter 'attachment/cfile25.uf@98XZCFSD75468DFS.xml' of the obtained sitemap address except the domain name in the field of 'Submit Sitemap'. Press the 'button to complete.
  • In addition, there are many search engines and webmasters, but they are all similar, so you can omit them (you can do this for beginners too).

    It's not just a tutorial, but it's a good idea to learn the simple principles and reasons for sitemaps, creation, and registration in this way.

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