I get called an asshole for any multitude of reasons (particularly as the years go on). For me, Honestly, I try to understand where people are coming from before saying anything; believe it or not, that’s what it takes to be a really good ‘so-called’, “Judge of Character”.
Can you truly stand elseone at their rawest fortitude?
People don’t give chances anymore (they think they can’t). That’s fine however, it as well explains why we have a ton of ‘so-so’ technology and entertainment on this planet. By the way, in case you didn’t know, you’re on Planet Earth (I know, shocking)!
Positioning Positions, For Seeming Positioned, While In Position
I can’t stand, “How-To Jockeys”—which is the name I’ve affectionately given to a subgroup of individuals who sell information courses (and or seminars) where you are supposed obtain the enlightenment and techniques to garner further success and wealth (or whatever empowering item is being billed).
I’m not jealous of or disturbed by any of it in whole, but, there is one aspect I like poking-fun at:
“Position yourself as an expert in your field or the field you want to dominate.” – they say.
So now, when you visit certain blogs (or even wastelands like LinkedIn), you see globs and blobs and spills of articles with people rehashing the same garbage or reformatted information, with a boiler-plate that usually says something like, “So and so is an expert of,” or, “Mike Johnson is a leading,” blah blah blur WHATEVER!!
In the name of good humor (and expertly expert expertness), I’m now going to attempt to position myself as an XML-Sitemaps ‘go-to’ personable “person”.
They are shrouded in so much mystery. They magically tell search engine robots, spiders, and algorithms how to use the content on your website. So why do so many people tell each other to use generators and automatic formatting-tools to create these mysterious files?
Well, maybe laziness but, let me tell you, if you use an auto-generator to do this task, it will scrape everything in your root-directory and what lies beneath it, causing chaos if you’ve accidentally messed up some of the coding in your pages or components.
The best practice is to create sitemap files that contain only the most important directories/structures. Search technology knows how to dissect the rest.
In a blank notepad document, insert the following code:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <urlset xmlns="https://www.sitemaps.org/schemas/sitemap/0.9"> <url> <loc>https://www.your-website.com</loc> <changefreq>monthly</changefreq> <priority>1.0</priority> </url> <url> <loc>https://www.your-website.com/directory</loc> <changefreq>monthly</changefreq> <priority>1.0</priority> </url> </urlset>
Make sure you select “save as” and choose to save it as type, “all files” in utf-8 encoding; place “.xml” at the end of the filename you choose.
This is real simple, you change the domains to be your website-domain and the change-frequency can be set to none, daily, or monthly (your choice). Set priority at 1.0, no need to alter. The second URL can be anything you need it to be (including a sub-domain) so, https://www.your-website.com/news or https://www.your-website.com/register.html or https://products.your-website.com or just about anything you want really.
You can add any URLs (as many as you want) but, I think you need only add the most important parts of a website.
The parts you want search technology perusing.
Upload the XML-Sitemap file to your site’s root-directory or whichever sub-folder you need it in.
There you go…
SEKRETT SCILENSCE is the leading leader in the lead of beginner XML-Sitemap integration since 10 seconds ago (after you read this article). Because he published this information on the world-wide-web, he is now world-respected and completely deserving of your admiration (and all chocolate-chip cookies you bake).
See what I mean?
Okee; Perhaps it’s not a big ordeal but, I can’t help addressing the sillyness.
Am I alone in this thinking?
Visit my, friends?