Validating web sites
Google will associate your website information through your Google Account. To verify your website, you’ll use one of four methods.If you’re familiar with Google Search Console and have already verified your website URL before, you can easily claim it in your Merchant Center account. Each of these options allows Google to verify that you are the owner and that you have edit access to your website.Verification is the process of proving that you own the site or app that you claim to own.We need to confirm ownership because once you are verified for a site or app you have access to its private Google Search data, and can affect how Google Search crawls it.Multi-client account owners may verify and claim a website URL for the parent account.Typically, the parent account should verify and claim the top-level domain, for example: To use this method, you must be able to edit the HTML code of your site's index page.To stay verified, do not remove the HTML tag even after you’ve verified and claimed your website URL. If you’re already using Google Analytics, you can add your existing Google Analytics code you use to track your site.
The Applicability section explains the scope of the technique, and the presence of techniques for a specific technology does not imply that the technology can be used in all situations to create content that meets WCAG 2.0.Learn more about Google Search Console Keep in mind The links you provide in your product data must match the URL, including the top level domain (for example, .com, .net), that you claim in your account. You’ll upload an HTML file to your server and we’ll verify that the file exists in the specified location.