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1. Introduction to SEO

2. Advanced Keyword Research

3. Technical SEO strategy

4. On-Page SEO Techniques

5. Off-Page SEO Techniques

6. Local SEO Techniques

7. International SEO

8. SEO for E-Commerce

9. Advanced SEO Strategies

10. Tracking and Measuring SEO Success

11. SEO Best Practices and Avoiding Penalties

in this lesson we will learn about the use of robots.txt and XML sitemaps in SEO (Search Engine Optimization) and how they are used to control how search engines crawl and index a website. The following are some major topics that we will discuss:

Understanding the purpose of robots.txt and how to use it to communicate with search engine crawlers and control whether pages and sections of a website should be crawled or not.

Understanding the purpose of XML sitemaps and how to utilise them to notify search engines about the URLs on a website and how to access them

How to set up and configure XML sitemaps and robots.txt files to manage how search engines scan and index a website.

How to publish and manage robots.txt and XML sitemaps using webmaster tools like Google Search Console and Bing Webmaster Tools.

How to analyse user behaviour on a website and comprehend how search engines are bringing traffic to a site using analytics tools like Google Analytics.

Understanding the significance of maintaining updated robots.txt and XML sitemaps and how this may impact a website’s visibility in search engine rankings.

XML sitemaps and robots.txt best practises for search engine optimization.

This course lesson will provide you a thorough understanding of how XML sitemaps and robots.txt are used to control how search engines scan and index a website. Additionally, learning how to use webmaster tools, analytics tools, and how to generate and configure robots.txt and XML sitemaps will be helpful. The best practices for robots.txt and XML sitemaps for SEO will also be covered, along with how these factors may affect how visible a website is in search engine results.