Does anyone have example of how they implemented an html sitemap on their site?

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I am using an SEO tool that provides suggestions to increase traffic and one is having a sitemap on your site itself. I have used other tools that create an html formatted page for a sitemap, and am sure there are many users here that have them on their site. I was trying to see some samples of some and ask how you are keeping them updated? Each time you create a page you would need to manually add them?

Just looking for some input from the experts who have had sites awhile.

It would be a great enhancement to have an html one generated and then it just be up to you to add text around if you wanted.
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Hello karen,

Yola automatically create a sitemap for every site created and it's dynamic. The address is: yourdomain/sitemap.xml

It's created as an XML file and is easily uploaded to Google for instance. Your advised to resubmit it specifically when you have made additions or deletions of pages from your site.
The process is outlined here
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I am not talking about an XML sitemap for Google.

I am talking about having a sitemap page ON your website itself that people click on . It increases your links and makes the site more "crawlable".

I already am set up in Google with the XML sitemap.
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Hi Karen,

I believe I do understand what you mean. Unfortunately, I do not know offhand of someone who already has this on their site. Yola also has a sitemap but I don't know if that will be of assistance to you: http://www.yola.com/sitemap.

I'm hoping that someone will be able to share some examples!