SITEMAPS are an advantageous tool in helping get your blog pages indexed by search engines, which gives your blog auxiliary "visibility" on-line and can campaign more traffic to your site.
Over there may be other paths for building a sitemap for your blogger blog. However, over here I'll say you the quietest way by which you can formulate a sitemap for your blog. There are ways for bloggers to solve this problem and create sitemaps, which can be indexed by Google and other search engines too.
Google crawls the web routinely, and catalogues new sites as it finds them. Unfortunately, it can take weeks for Google to index a new blog, and may not index all of your pages at once so this becomes hard for your blog to be detectable in search results.
You can easily monitor if Google has previously indexed your blog by submitting your blog URL to the site status wizard
(Here is the link: http://linkbee.com/googlecheck).
If your entire blog is not still indexed in Google, so why are you waiting for?
Just follow the instructions below, and you will have your site map in minutes.
1. First you Visit Google Webmaster Tools sitemaps page and sign up to a free account. BlogSpot Accounts are now merged with Google Accounts, so use your Google login for making a Google webmaster Account.
2. Once you sign in to the Webmaster, Go to Webmaster tools. In the "Add new site" segment, enter the full URL of your blog (e.g.: http://www.yourblogname.com).
Enter the URL of your site and press OK.
3. Now succeeding adding your blog, you have to get verified. This allows you to access statistics and crawl errors. For that, click on "Manage:URL of your site" on the webmaster tool's page. In the new page, click on Manage Site Verification in the left side menu.
4. On the verification page, you will find your verification Meta tag, which will look something like this
a) Add a meta tag to your blog template
b) Upload an HTML file to a directory specified by Google.
For blog owners it may be easier to add the Meta tag, which you can do easily by copying and pasting a code to the section of your blog template.
(Google provide this unique code)(Don't worry, the tag can't be viewed by others!)
5. Now go to your blogger dashboard, click on setting -> layout -> EDIT HTML and paste this meta tag code in the section of the xml code.
(Prefer to place it immediately after <head>)
6. Now save the changes of your template. And click on verify from your Webmaster Tool Account. Your URL will then get verified.
7. Now go to sitemaps tab on the top menu in Google Webmasters Central Account.
8. In that, click on add a sitemap and then choose general web sitemap in the dropdown menu. To do this, click on the "sitemaps" tab at the top of your Webmaster Tools dashboard, and click the "add" link next to your blog URL.
9. Now it will ask you for the URL of your sitemap location.
Your blogs Atom feed or RSS feed is your sitemap now.
10. So paste the link of your atom feed or RSS feed now.
For this just put “atom.xml” (or rss.xml) only in box in front of your blog name URL.
In case of you have Atom feed, then your atom feed will be
And you have to put only: "atom.xml?orderby=updated"
11. If you have RSS feed then go to the Blogger Account -> Setting-> Site feed tab
You will see:
The orange box shows that the URL that you have to paste into the sitemap submitting box.
12. Now click OK and you are done!
13. Now it will show your sitemap in the sitemaps page as atom.xml (or RSS xml or whatever you have submitted into the box).
14. After few hours, it will review your site map and will set your status to pending. After some hours you will find the status set to Ok.
Now Google will index your pages much faster than earlier. This ensures that all of your blog pages are properly indexed and available to search. So update your pages and get more visitors from search now.
After all, in case of increasing the visitors & readers your blog must have to indexed by search engines. And Google is the best way for this, because, its no.1 search engine.