Ownership verification entails demonstrating to Search Console that you are the owner of a specific website. Site owners have access to sensitive Google Search data for a site in Search Console and can influence a site’s presence and behavior on Google Search and other Google services. A verified owner can authorize others to view or manage site data in Search Console. If you are unable to verify site ownership for any reason, request 먹튀검증사이트 access to the property in Search Console from the current owner.
We need to confirm ownership because once you’ve been verified for a site, you’ll have access to its private Google Search data and will be able to influence how Google Search crawls it. The Google Site Verification API enables you to create applications or services that automate the process of determining whether an authenticated user owns a domain or website. This is significant because some Google services are only available to site owners.
Here are some examples of what you can do with the API:
- Request a site verification token to be installed on the user’s domains or websites.
- Run the program that checks for the verification token and validates that the authenticated user owns the domain or site.
- Integrate into applications that provision other Google services programmatically.
That’s useful to know.
Only one verification of domain ownership is required. Although a site can be verified multiple times, if your domain has already been verified using another method, you will not need to use this method to verify it again. If you want multiple users to verify ownership of your domain in order for them to access the Google Search Console, make sure that none of them overwrites any other owners’ verification tokens. It is suggested that they use another method to prove their ownership.
To learn more, consult Google’s guide. If your site has already been verified, you can retrieve the HTML tag verification ID from Google Search Console. After you have completed the verification process, you can submit your website to Google for indexing. Google may find your website automatically through a link on another site, but verifying ownership and requesting that Google index your site will get you on Google faster.
Tag Manager by Google
If you already use Google Tag Manager, you can verify your site with a single click, just like with Google Analytics. You must have the Google Tag Manager container snippet enabled on your website.