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A site map (or sitemap) is a list of pages of a web site accessible to crawlers or users.

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There is no reason to include said section in your sitemap. The purpose of a sitemap is to help crawlers in crawling your site, especially if your site updates its content regularly or if it has …
answered Jul 4 '18 by Σπύρος Γούλας
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Since you do have coupon pages (in general: pages), you should add them to your sitemap. There is an option to indicate how often your page gets updated via the <changefreq> but keep in mind it is …
answered Dec 13 '18 by Σπύρος Γούλας
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I would choose the hierarchical sitemap. If the user can directly click from the homepage the shoes section under the women category, the URL should still reflect that by being example.com/fashion … have the example.com/shoes as an alternative / additional link you should still choose the logical hierarchical representation you display to your user as the canonical URL to add to the sitemap. The …
answered Jul 29 by Σπύρος Γούλας
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Adding pages that are already indexed to your sitemap is not going to cause any problems. Even if the pages you want to add to your sitemap are not indexed, you should add them to your sitemap anyways. Just be sure these pages don't return 404 when you try to visit them. …
answered Nov 29 '18 by Σπύρος Γούλας