Are you trying to submit website to Google search console?
Search engine is the best way to gather organic traffic to your website. You can get a lot amount of traffic from search engine and for most of the successful website search engine is the major source of traffic. If you want to get organic traffic you need to make sure that your website will find in search engine.
Here in this article we are going to show you the process to submit website to Google search console.
Why you need to submit your website to search engine?
Mos of the search engine can find your website automatically. But if you submit your website manually then the search engine can fin you easily and fast. You will be discovered easily on search engine if you do the process manually.
If you are running a new business or recently released your website then search engine will be the best way for you to get traffic. Without spending money you can be visible to the users and get organic traffic from the search engine. Search engine is free and so you don’t need money to get discovered.
How to submit your website to Google search console
Google is the number one and the largest search engine available right now. Google search engine will be the major source of traffic for your website. In fact most of the website’s major traffic come from Google search engine.
To visible in Google search result you need to submit your account in Google Search Console. This tools is totally free and offer you so many features. You can analyse your website performance using this free tools. You can also see the search result analysis of your website too from Google Search Console.
Sign up in Google Search Console
Signing up in Google Search Console is very easy just go to Google Search Console and click on the Start Now button.
Then login with you email account and you can see the Google search console welcome page where you need to enter your website domain. There are two ways you can add your URL Domain and URL Prefix. We suggest you to use the URL Prefix option . This process is very easy to verify. For the beginners this process will be easy to submit their website. Enter your website URl and click on the continue button.
Now Google will verify your URL and then some verification method will show up. You can see all the verification method available to verify the ownership of your given URL.
Choose the HTML tag method to verify the ownership of your website. It will expand the tab and you just need to copy the code by clicking on the copy button.
Now you need to add this code in your website. There e many ways you can add the verification in your website.
Add verification code in WordPress
We can add verification code in many ways. Here we are using the All in One SEO plugin to add our verification code to our WordPress website. At first install and activate the plugin and then go to your dashboard and then All in one SEO > General Settings.
Now in the Webmaster tools tab you will find the Google Search Console option. Click on it and then paste the verification code in the Google Verification Code field. After that click on the save changes button.
Now again go to the Google Search console website and click on the verify button.
Now Google will check it and if everything okay Google Search Console will verify the ownership of your website.
Create XML Sitemap using ALL in One SEO
XML sitemap help Google to discovered your website’s content faster and showing result based on that. To create XML sitemap go to All in One SEO > Sitemaps
From the general sitemap tab click on the Open Sitemap option.
Now you can see all the sitemap of your website.
Adding XML sitemap to Google Search Console
After creating your sitemap go to Google Search console website to connect the sitemap with Google. Log in to Google Search Console and in left dashboard you will find the sitemap option.
Now you need to sitemap.xml in the field as google already has your domain. Add it and click on the submit button.
Google search console will show you a successful message.
That’s it now you can see your website performance and search result on Google Search Console.