Help Google and other search engines find your public resource databaseIf you publish your live resource records to your public website via a tool like the iCarol Public Resource Directory, you may wonder how Google and other search engines can find all of your entries. The answer is to tell them where to look, by supplying them with a special file called a “Site map”. This tells you the internet web address of every page containing your detailed resource records, so they can “crawl” their content and incorporate into their search results. iCarol has a tool that lets you generate these “Site map” files for your live resource database. Just sign in and go to the Manage Resources page, then click to the Public Resource Directory tools and scroll down to the bottom for more information.
Jackie co-founded iCarol in 2004 after working as a helpline volunteer at a Distress Center in Canada . With a background in Engineering, Technology and Marketing, Jackie is COO and Director of Marketing for iCarol.
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