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Thursday, 29 October 2015

Add Your WordPress Site to Google Webmaster Tools Tutorial



Yoast SEO allows you to connect your website to Google Search Console (formerly Google Webmaster Tools) so you can track how Google is indexing your website.
1) Go to Google Search Console (previous Google Webmaster Tools) and tap the red catch to include your site. 

2) Once you've tapped the catch to include your webpage, simply sort your site's URL in the crate. Click the blue catch to proceed. 

3) Get the code.You will need to utilize the HTML tag under the Alternative Method. Just duplicate the code that is in the enclosure after substance, according to the picture underneath. 

4) Log into your WordPress site. When you're signed in, you will be in your 'Dashboard'. On the left-hand side, you will see a menu. In that menu, click on 'SEO'. 

5) The "SEO" settings will extend giving you extra alternatives. Click on 'General'. 

6) Click on the 'Website admin Tools' tab and include the code under 'Google Search Console'. Snap 'Spare Changes'. 

7) Switch back to Google Search Console (some time ago Google Webmaster Tools) and snap 'Confirm'. (See picture in Step 3) 

Congrats! You've associated your site to Google Search Console (previous Google Webmaster Tools)! Since you've confirmed and associated your site, you can present your sitemap!

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