G-Mapper is a free tool for generating site maps in XML as per Sitemap.org protocol. It handles RSS, ROR RDF, Atom, Podcasts and plain text sitemaps equally effectively. Thus, not only Google but the site maps are compatible with most search engines. This includes Yahoo, Microsoft Bing, etc. A well made sitemap ensures that the search engines are able to find all the content you have on the site and get them indexed appropriately. It is essential to get a good ranking on the search engine results to get enough traffic. When content is well indexed, it ensures your content will be found by people looking for answers. When the search engines index your content, the spiders use the site map to find the pages of your site and get the content indexed. Google image sitemap 1.1 and RSS feeds for Podcast and recently updated pages are also featured.
This has a simple and easy to use interface. It is intuitive enough that most users should get familiar with it quite easily. Getting productive with it should not take much time. Webmasters and other staff responsible for maintaining sites should be able to use the tool quite easily. This tool lets you manually edit files individually or in batches. The interface provides a configuration wizard that helps configuring the sitemaps easily. Unlimited number of files and folders can be accommodated in a site map. The tool comes with features for uploading of the site map to your website. GZIP compression can be used to ensure quick upload. This is a very good product. If you are looking for a similar solution, you should try it in your exact workflow.