Shaan asked 4 years ago
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Rishi answered 4 years ago

XML stands for Extensible Markup Language. An XML Sitemap is a text file used to detail all URLs on a website. It can include extra information (metadata) on each URL, with details of when they were last updated, how important they are and whether there are any other versions of the URL created in other languages.
XML sitemaps guide search engine bots, to ensure they find a site’s URLs to index. Understanding the strengths and weaknesses of each will help with your search engine optimization. It makes information machine-readable and provide search engines with an efficient list of the URLs on a site.