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Search Console helps you measure your site's Search traffic and performance, fix issues, and make your site shine in Google Search results.
How to add your website to Google Search Console
Sign in to your Google business account.
Go to Google Webmaster Tools.
Click “Add a property.”
Choose “Website” from the drop-down menu and enter the URL of your site. Make sure you’re using the exact URL that appears in the browser bar.
Pick a way to verify you own your website (HTML file upload, domain name provider, HTML tag, GA tracking code, or GTM container snippet).
Google starts tracking data for your property as soon as you add it to Google Search Console—even before it has verified you’re the site owner.
Add the Google Site Verification Meta tag to your Site
Google will provide you with the following snippet similar to this:
<meta name="google-site-verification" content="iAbQ2BcHFvB9MuuKA5TK-W3M2M0d1bH2_pLn1wJ_RGg" />
The important part is the value of the content attribute:
To verify your site on GSC,
Go to the
<head>of your Page.
Add a Metadata Element.
Copy and paste the google-site-verification into the Element's Name attribute
Copy and paste the provided tag's content attribute value to the Element's Content attribute.
Verify Site Ownership Using the HTML Tag
Verify Site Ownership by Uploading an HTML File
Verifying your Site on Google Search Console via your registrars like GoDaddy or Namecheap
Domain name provider: Sign in to your domain registrar (like GoDaddy, Namecheap, or networksolutions.com), and verify your site directly from GSC or add a DNS TXT or CNAME record.
Google Analytics tracking code: Copy the GA tracking code that you use on your site. You need “edit” permission in GA for this option.
Google Tag Manager container snippet code: Copy the GTM container snippet code associated with your site. You need View, Edit, and Manage container-level permissions in GTM for this option.