How to connect the Blogger blog to Google Search Console

Submit Blog on Google Search Console

In today's world there are very few people who do not know Google or Google search engine. Especially those who are involved in online blogging consider Google as their guru. Because bloggers keep trying to get enough visitors from Google. If a blogger is able to collect traffic from Google search engine then no one can stop the success of his blog.

Moreover, an online content writer considers himself successful only when he is able to get visitors to his blog from the Google search engine. No matter how much traffic you get from other mediums including Facebook, Twitter and YouTube, it will never be equal to the importance of traffic from search engines. Especially nowadays the traffic from Google search engine is very important.

In order to get visitors from Google search engine, first you have to submit your blog or website to Google Search Console (formerly Google Webmaster Tools). About three years ago we shared a post on our blog about how to submit a blog to Google search engine.

At that time, everyone knew it as Google Search Console. Google recently changed its link to Google Search Console. Google has made a number of changes, additions and subtractions, including changes to the name and link of the tool and its graphics. Moreover, in the last three years, Google has made a lot of changes in this tool, so many people are having problems submitting the site to Google search engine from our previous post.

That's why we decided to share a new post on this topic without editing the previous one, so that everyone can easily submit their blog to Google search engine.

What is Google Search Console and why use it?

Google Search Console is a free service of Google company, through which you can monitor and maintain your blog. You do not need to sign up anywhere to get your blog included in the Google search engine. However, to check if every page of the blog is included in the search results of Google search engine and whether Google Robot is indexing the posts of your blog in time, you must sign up in Google Search Console.

What is Google Search Console and why use it?

In each of the above places I have written Google Search Console instead of Google Webmaster Tools. You may be wondering why I use the word Google Search Console? Because Google is no longer keeping their search sections separate, but now all of them together as Google Search Console. Google Webmaster Tools is now replaced by Google Search Console.

Many may think that if Google automatically brings any blog or website in their search results without submitting it to the search engine then what is the need for it? In fact, the job of Google Search Console is not only to bring content to search results, there is much more to it. Here is a brief summary of why you need it.

Why use Google Search Console?

  • To quickly index new blog content.
  • To index the content by country or language.
  • To give Google robots an idea about the subject matter of the blog.
  • To submit new content and remove old content.
  • To monitor all the content of the blog.
  • To find out if Google Robot is indexing the content of your blog.
  • To properly maintain your blog.
  • To keep the blog clean by monitoring malware or spam.
  • To give Google an idea about the quality of your blog content.
  • To find out if your site is mobile friendly.
  • What kind of keywords are visitors coming to your site?
  • Is Google bot working properly on your site?

In addition to the above benefits, you can enjoy many more benefits for free from Google Search Console. No matter how hard a professional blogger tries, he will not be able to reach the brink of success without submitting the site to Google search engine or get enough visitors to his blog. There is no substitute for submitting a site to Google Search Console to get enough visitors to your blog.

Why submit a blog to Google Search Console?

As technology has improved over time, so has the competition to stay on the field with technology. The number of websites that were online three years ago has now increased tenfold. Many web developers have been forced to shut down websites or blogs because of the lack of traffic from the Google search engine. For this reason, all the methods of search engine optimization have to be adopted in order to prove oneself as successful in the competition to stay online.

Usually when a businessman starts a new business, he introduces his business to the customers through various advertisements and promotions. In the same way, in the case of a website or blog, you have to submit the site to Google Search Console in order to introduce it to Google search engine. Google Search Console is one of Google's own tools.

By submitting any blog to this tool, Google can easily get ideas about all the posts and content of that blog. When Google gets an idea about a blog, it understands the importance of the blog article and will show it consistently in the search results according to the algorithm. So you understand how important it is to submit a blog to Google Search Call.

Rules for submitting website to Google search engine

As I said before, we've already shared a post on our blog about submitting to the Google Webmaster Tools site. You can view our previous post by clicking on the link above. You can find out more about this from our post.

  • First, login to your Google Account.
  • Then click on the official link of Google Search Console.
  • After clicking on this link you will see the image below.
  • Enter the URL of your blog in the space marked by the arrow of the image above and click on the Continue button to see the image below.
  • Click on the Go To Property button marked with an arrow in the image above to see the Google Search Console dashboard.
  • Click on the Settings option from the Google Search Console dashboard to see the image below.
  • If you click on Ownership Verification in the image above, you will see the following options. If you crawl down with the mouse, you will see in the picture below.
  • Clicking on the small icon on the right side of the HTML Tag in the image above will show the image below.
  • Here you need to copy the HTML Meta Tag of the image above and add it to your Blogger template.
  • To add this code you need to click on Theme> Edit HTML from your blog's dashboard.
  • Then you have to search the <head> part by pressing Ctrl + F from the computer keyboard.
  • Now you need to save the template by adding the above image codes under the <head> tag of your blog/website.
  • Then clicking on the Verify button marked with the arrow in the image above will show the image below.
  • If you click on the Done option in the image above, you will see the dashboard of Search Console.
  • You will then see the following options on the left side of the dashboard.
  • Clicking on the Sitemaps option in the image above will show the image below on the right.
  • Enter the XML sitemap URL of your blog here. Follow the image below to do this.
  • By typing sitemap.xml in the blank space after the link of your blog in the image above and clicking on the blue Submit button on the right side, your blog will show the message that has been successfully submitted to Google search engine. Note that if you want to submit the pages of your blog to the search engine, just type sitemap-pages.xml in the exact same place in the image above, the pages will also be submitted.
  • Clicking on the Got It option in the image above will finish all the work.

Ask for help

As you know, the process of submitting a site to Google Search Console or Google search engine is an ongoing process. Google may change this rule at any time. If you see any changes or problems when you submit your blog by following our post, you must let me know by commenting. We'll update the post as soon as your problem is resolved. Moreover, if you have trouble understanding any part of this post, you can let us know by commenting.


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