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My name is Anima and I'm an emerging artist living in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. My blog is on tips for artists, artist reviews and interviews, art business and marketing, art collecting, how to decorate with art, oil pastel painting tips, giclee print information, finding creativity and inspiration, my travels, works in progress, new paintings, personal revelations, and everything in between.

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Easy XML Sitemap Creation and Blogging for Artists

Build an XML sitemap easily.

Create an XML Sitemap for your Artist Website or Blog

For months now I've been thinking about creating an xml sitemap to submit on Google's Webmaster Tools. Being busy, being lazy, or whatever label you want to use, meant I hadn't put any effort into learning how to go about it. And thanks to Katherine Tyrell of Making a Mark and I never had to. I've finally done it and it was dead simple.

Check out her post on how to add a sitemap to your website to learn how. Plus she includes other helpful hints for your website or blog.

For anybody who has ever looked at the page on Google which describes how to create a sitemap this will seem like a complete godsend. It took me hours and hours prior to this to even get my head round it and even then I couldn't create a proper xml sitemap and gave up!

Blogging for Artists

Looking for 27 pointers on blogging as an artist? Robert Bruce did a guest post on Problogger about just that. It's food for thought.

1. There’s never been a better time to be a working artist. Ever.

2. There’s never been a worse time to be a working artist (if you’re not truly dedicated to your craft).

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Posted by Anima on April 17, 2008   1 Comments Links to this post


At April 18, 2008 2:39 AM , Blogger Katherine Tyrrell said...

Thanks for the compliment! I guess I just started being lazy earlier - it took me an awful long time to get round to doing it - but like you say it's so simple when you know how.


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