Look for the sitemap URL in the robots.txt file. This is usually included here as it is where search engines first crawl. To do this, add /robots.txt to the end of your domain name.
Perform a site search on Google with the XML type Clipping Path Service file site: businessite.com filetype: xml. If you need to be more specific, add inurl: sitemap to the end of your search term. Otherwise, you may receive quite a few results
If you still can't find the sitemap, try a more advanced technique. One of the best ways is to try the SEO Site Checkup sitemap tool. To use it, simply enter the URL of your website and it will scan your site for a sitemap. A link is also provided so you can start analyzing your sitemap right away.
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