If you have your custom domain, you can go for site verification.

Verification is the process of proving that you own the site that you claim to own. We need to confirm ownership because once you are verified for a site, then you have access to its private Google Search data, and can affect how Google Search crawls the site.

For Google Site Verification, we support you to verify through HTML tag with a Unique Code. You will need to embed that unique code within your website. Google will check if that HTML tag with that unique code exists. If it exists, it will allow proceeding further.

How to add Google Site Verification' into your online platform?

Custom Domain: If you are trying to verify your custom domain or subdomain (Examples: www.example.com, west.example.com and east.example.com) please follow the below steps:

STEP 1: The first step is to search for Google Search Console in your browser.

Step 2: The next step is to hit the START NOW button to proceed.

STEP 3: Please enter custom domain or subdomain (Examples: www.example.com, west.example.com and east.example.com) as shown below.

STEP 4: Next, click on the CONTINUE button to proceed

STEP 5:To find your Google verification code:

(a)Go to the Alternate methods tab in the Google Search Console interface

(b)Select the HTML tag option Copy the Unique verification code from the place as indicated by the below arrow.

STEP 6: Now please go to the SETTINGS tab of your online school and click on that tab as indicated below.

Step 7: Now you will need to go to BRANDING

STEP 8: You will now paste the copied Unique Code into the Google Site Verification field.

Step 9: Now after pasting, you will need to hit the SAVE button.

STEP 10: Finally, you will need to go to Google Search Console to VERIFY the HTML tag that you have pasted in the last step. So, please click on the VERIFY tab.

CONGRATULATIONS !!! You have successfully verified your custom domain using Google Site Verification. Now you will get access to Google Search Data in your google analytics console.
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