WordPress Sitemap Plugins allows you to create and add a Sitemap file to Google Webmaster Tools. Sitemap plugins help search engines to better index your blog. Here is the list of best sitemap plugins.
1. Simple Sitemap
Very quick and easy to use. Add a powerful fully responsive HTML sitemap to your website today! Simply enter the [simple-sitemap] shortcode in a post, page, custom post type, or text widget and you’re good to go. Simple as that! Improve your SEO ranking by adding a HTML sitemap!
2. Google Sitemap by BestWebSoft
With the Google Sitemap Plugin you can create and add a Sitemap file to Google Webmaster Tools, and get the info about your site in Google Webmaster Tools. Create and add a Sitemap file to Google Webmaster Tools. Add a path to your sitemap file in robots.txt.
3. XML Sitemap & Google News feeds
This plugin dynamically creates feeds that comply with the XML Sitemap and the Google News Sitemap protocol. Multisite, Polylang and WPML compatible and there are no files created. Options can be found on Settings > Reading to control which sitemaps, which post and taxonomy types are included, how priority is calculated, who to ping and set additional robots.txt rules.
4. Better WordPress Google XML Sitemaps
With BWP GXS you will no longer have to worry about the 50,000 URL limit or the time it takes for a sitemap to be generated. This plugin is fast, consumes much less resource and can be extended via your very own modules (yes, no hooks needed!). Here’s a demo of the sitemap index if you are interested.
5. Google XML Sitemap Generator
Google XML Sitemap Generator adds powerful and configurable RSS and Google XML sitemap features to WordPress. It enables you to set global sitemap defaults to get up and running quickly which can then be customised at the category, tag, post and page level.
6. Google XML Sitemaps
This plugin will generate a special XML sitemap which will help search engines like Google, Bing, Yahoo and Ask.com to better index your blog. With such a sitemap, it’s much easier for the crawlers to see the complete structure of your site and retrieve it more efficiently. The plugin supports all kinds of WordPress generated pages as well as custom URLs. Additionally it notifies all major search engines every time you create a post about the new content.
7. WP Sitemap Page
An easy way to add a sitemap on one of your pages becomes reality thanks to this WordPress plugin. Just use the shortcode [wp_sitemap_page] on any of your pages. This will automatically generate a sitemap of all your pages and posts. Be careful, this plugin do not generate an XML sitemap. It only allow you to list all your pages and posts on a single page. This is a sitemap for human not for search engines bots.
[pagelist], [subpages], [siblings] and [pagelist_ext] shortcodes.
Which sitemap plugin do you use to create sitemap for your website?