Add a web domain property to Google Seach Console
What is Google Seach Console verification?
Verification is the process of proving that you are the owner of the web domain that you claim to own. We need to confirm ownership because once a property is verified, it has access to your Google Search data and may affect its presence in Google Search. Each Google Seach Console property requires at least one verified owner.
Verify a web domain
Add a new property or choose an unverified property from the property selection bar.
Choose one of the verification methods listed below and follow the instructions. Not all verification methods are available for all types of properties; The verification page will list the available and recommended methods for your site.
Several people can add and verify ownership of a website separately using the same or different verification methods. If you use the same verification method just be sure not to overwrite the verification tokens of any other owner.
Using multiple verification methods
You can add additional verification methods on the verification settings page of your property. You may want to add more than one verification method in case one of your existing verification methods fails (for example, if you verified with a Google Analytics tracking code and someone changes a template on your website that omits the tag ).
To add an additional verification method, visit the Property Configuration page and click Property Verification.
How long is the verification?
Google periodically checks if your verification is valid (for example, if your HTML verification tag is still present). If the verification can no longer confirm your permits on that property they will expire after a certain period. If all verified owners lose access to a property, all delegated owners (owners added by a verified owner), users and property associates will lose access to the Google Seach Console property.
When will I start seeing data?
Data is collected for a property from the moment you first add it as a Google Seach Console property. Any verification breach generally does not cause a breach in data collection.
We lost ownership of our website!
If you own our website or are not sure who the verified owner is, verify another site owner. The new owner will be able to see the list of all verified owners and users on that site, as well as the verification methods for each owner. You can optionally verify previous owners by removing their verification token (for example, removing the HTML tag from the site, for verified owners with HTML tags).
What is the best Google Seach Console verification method?
Types of website properties
Search Console supports the following types of website properties:
|Propiedad de prefijo URL||Propiedad de dominio|
Includes only URL with the specified prefix, including the protocol (http / https). If you want your property to match any protocol or subdomain (http / https / www. / M., Etc.), consider adding a domain property.. See more details.
|A domain-level property that Includes all subdomains (m, www, and so on) and multiple protocols (http, https, ftp).|
|Verification||Many types||Verificación de registro DNS|
- A valid email account
- An active web domain
We access Google Seach Console through the following URL
We introduce the domain name that we will add to our property and Google Seach Console will make a query of the URL if it is included in your property. A domain property requires verification of DNS records to prove ownership unless the property is in a Google product such as Blogger or Google Sites.
A domain property URL is a URL without a protocol (http / https). Note that the public suffix (.org, .com, etc.) is part of the property name, so the domain property "example.com" does not include "example.org" or "example.il. com". The following URLs are all valid domain property definitions:
www is ignored. If you add www to your property name, www will be ignored. For example, if you specify www.example.com as the URL of your property, the property will be created as example.com
A domain property aggregates data for all subdomains, protocols, and subpaths of the property. For example, if you define a domain property as "example.com", the data includes example.com, any subdomain of example.com
DNS Verification Google Seach Console
At this point we simply copy the code generated for the creation of the TXT DNS record and verification of our web domain by Google Console.
Create DNS TXT record from cPanel
We access our control panel and look for (Domains/Zone Editor)
We select (manage)
We select (Add TXT Record)
We select (Add Record)
We perform the verification again through the following URL:
If the following image is not your result it could be for the following reasons:
- DNS TXT record not created successfully
- The DNS TXT record has not been expanded yet, you can check it after two hours, recommended after twenty four hours.
- The web domain you are trying to verify is blocked by Google.
Note: DNS TXT record propagation can take between two hours to 24 hours.
If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact the Picaraza Domains support team 24/7/365.