How do you prefer Sitemap.xml for SEO

Nachus74

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Hi everyone. I am starting a serious project, of a store, which will contain hundreds of products and blog posts to rank on Google. My question is: How should the organization of a SiteMap be? So that later Google can read it correctly. I have tried different plugins, and there are some that catalog and group the links in different sections depending on where they are ... Example: "Products", "Categories", "Posts", "Pages" ... Is it necessary?
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Inside "posts":
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I just saw ur site, you already have a sitemap built with All in One SEO: yourdomain . com/sitemap.xml

Sure you wanna show your URL bro? There's sharks in the water here...
 
I just saw ur site, you already have a sitemap built with All in One SEO: yourdomain . com/sitemap.xml

Sure you wanna show your URL bro? There's sharks in the water here...
Is not my web !! Hahahaha I use a example from random page with sitemap.xml
 
Google will read that sitemap fine, just let the plugin do it's thing, I wouldn't waste time on it ;)
 
Google will read that sitemap fine, just let the plugin do it's thing, I wouldn't waste time on it ;)
Google will read that sitemap fine, just let the plugin do it's thing, I wouldn't waste time on it ;)
Yes, if I know, the question is if there is a need for a plugin that does this type of cataloging. Links separated by categories as I show in the images, because there are plugins that do not ... :(:(
 
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