RAGE Sitemap Automator helps get your website listed in all major search engines by automatically telling search engines about all the pages on your website.
Using XML Sitemaps, an open protocol used by all major search engines, RAGE Sitemap Automator will make sure Google, Yahoo, Bing and Ask.com know where to find your website. In addition, you get important submission feedback including reasons why your website could not be added to a search engine's index.
What's new in this version: This update adds support for Retina Macs, improved support for OS X Mountain Lion and improves website scanning.
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