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    How To Setup a Google Search Console Account

    Google Search Console is a free tool that helps website owners monitor and maintain their site’s presence in Google search results. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to set up Google Search Console and give access to other users:


    • Create a Google Search Console account: If you don’t already have one, create a Google Search Console account by visiting the Google Search Console website and clicking on the “Start Now” button.


    • Add your website: Once you’ve created a Google Search Console account, you’ll need to add your website to the account. To do this, click on the “Add a Property” button and enter your website’s URL.


    • Verify your website: To verify that you own the website, Google will ask you to add a unique verification code to your site’s HTML. Once you’ve added the code, click on the “Verify” button to confirm that you own the website.


    • Set up Search Console: Once your website has been verified, you can set up the Google Search Console. This involves configuring settings, such as the preferred domain, and setting up data collection for your website.


    • Add users: To give access to other users, go to the “Settings” section in Google Search Console and select “Users & Property Owners.” From there, you can add new users and assign them different roles and permissions.


    • Assign permissions: When adding a user, you can assign them different levels of access, such as read-only access or full access to the Google Search Console.


    • Notify users: After you’ve added users and assigned their permissions, you’ll need to notify them that they have been given access to the Google Search Console. You can do this by sending an email or message.


    That’s it! By following these steps, you’ll have successfully set up Google Search Console and given access to other users. This will allow you to collaborate and monitor your website’s presence in Google search results.