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How to verify WordPress Website in Google SearchConsole ownership verification through Domain name provider?

Website created through, WordPress very popular. Due to simplicity in use and same ease of development due for geeks as well as the layman, empowered by WordPress, makes it easier for creating web presence. There has been many inbuilt system direct inside WordPress, for better search engine optimisation tools, that makes most easier accessible website in the large cluster of website.

When we create, website, first and foremost part of creation is to make, your website crawl website in Google index statuses. Most of the visitors come from Google and that is why it is important, to create, the website more favourable to Google search engine. This is to emphasise it that one must every positive and Google devices in order to make your website crawl inside Google Search Console.

Google Search Console, provides various ways, to verify webmasters their website in order to make it more proficient and update in accordance with Google devices in order to make your website mostly optimised. In order to optimise your website, one needs to do ownership verification of Google Webmaster Tools.

There are various ownership methods are like that of HTML file, HTML Tag verification, Google Analytics, Google tag manager verification tools, and the last but the real one is that of Domain Name Provider. In this article we would love to do how to verify ownership of website through domain name provider.

Mostly, self-hosted WordPress website doe have domain, host in order to run your website through, yours hosting part. It is a good idea to verify ownership of your website trough yours hosting or domain name service.

How to verify self-hosted WordPress website through domain name provider of Google Webmaster tools:

  1. Open Google Webmaster Tools and log in with Gmail.
  2. Register your website with Google Webmaster Tools.
  3. Go to Setting and then Ownership Verification.
  4. Go to Additional verification methods and then Domain Name Provider.
  5. It is the method in which you will let google to know that specific domain for the host you are the owner.
  6. You will add TXT record to your host and in my case, this will be
  7. It should be done in DNS configuration of your hosting.
  8. In order to reach the hosting part, you have to log in to your cPanel.
  9. Use Username and password to reach to cPanel dashboard.
  10. cPaneldashboard is also known as WordPress hosting part.
  11. Then go to Domains and Zones Editor.
  12. Zone Editor provides webmaster to edit these zone files that provides computer readable internet protocol addresses.
  13. Inside zone editor and in the domain side there will be the name of your domain such as and in the action side, there are various options such as A record, CNAME record, MX record and so on.
  14. If TXT record is not found in action side then click on manage or setting icon to so all the other options out there.
  15. Click on Add Record, and click on the drop-down list and then click on Add TXT Record.
  16. There write down the name of the domain such as and from there, only write the main name of the domain such as and not and so on.
  17. In the next tab under Record, put the text from Google webmaster tools, verification methods such as domain name provider, and copy the TXT record such as google-site-verification=***************** and paste it inside the Record of zone editor of cPanel hosting and paste it inside TXT field.
  18. Write TTL record as 86400 .
  19. Then, save that TXT record inside Zone Editor of hosting part of your domain.
  20. Then, go to search console and verification methods, and then verify the Domain name service.
  21. If you follow the above methods then when you verify it for domain name provider and in this way your website is now verified through domain name provider, inside Google Webmaster tools for better and smarter search engine optimisation.


By verifying your self-hosted WordPress website in Google webmaster tools, it provides one of smarter methods for let Google recognises your hosting part. After verification, it is important not to remove TXT record so that from time to time when Google verifies your website from time to time. It is one of the better and most favourable verification methods. By using this method Google will not interfere with mail send and receive from the server.

In this way, you have completed the properly configured verification of domain host system through Google Web Master tools.

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How to add Privacy Policy Footer Link to your WordPress Site

If your website has email subscription link or add ons of users or comment link where user has to provide email,name and so on, and this means at some point of time, your website is collecting data and this means there is the chances of privacy protection. There are various privacy protection laws.

There are GDPR European Union laws, (CalOPPA) from the US, (PIPEDA) in Canada which aims to enhance privacy protection of users. That is why every website, should have privacy policy. First and foremost part is that, whether your website should have privacy policy or not.

Now-a-days, most of websites, are created with WordPress and that is why most important part is to create, privacy policy of website. There are many ways one can create Privacy Policy of website.

Through, Jetpack installation one can learn to create, privacy policy. First install, Jetpack and connect it to WordPress. Jetpack has Privacy Policy Helper, and from there, one can learn, how to create the privacy policy and then, create a page namely Privacy Policy. Write down contents in it and then, update it.

The content of Privacy Policy should include, protect, search, sharing, simple payments, subscriptions, video hosting, woocommerce services, WordPress secure sign on, WordPress,com toolbar, stats.

How to create Privacy Policy page in WordPress?

  1. Open WordPress Administration.
  2. Go to the sidebar and then Page and then create Add New Page.
  3. Name it as Privacy Policy.
  4. Save it as the same name. So, the link of the page should be
  5. Write down details of privacy policy and then update it.
  6. Search within WordPress administration to have Privacy Policy guide from WordPress.
  7. Learn from it in detail and try to write down as illustrated it as in detail in that guide.

How to show the Privacy Policy link at the footer of WordPress website?

  1. Now, you created the Privacy Policy Page.
  2. Go to Settings of WordPress Admin.
  3. Then, go to Privacy. If you do not find it, update WordPress to its latest version.
  4. Reach to Privacy Settings segment. If you have not created this page then it should show that privacy policy is not there, then, create it and then scroll down to that page.
  5. Then, select an existing page, and select the Privacy Policy page. Then, click on Use this page, to select the Privacy Policy page.

After this, there will be a Privacy link at the footer of the website. In this way, now, you add privacy link at the footer of the website. In this way, you create Privacy Policy of website and show that link at the footer of the website in order to increase search engine optimisation of a website as well as you now your website adheres to rules of the internet.

Add Privacy Policy link to Menus.

  • Go to side bar of WordPress Admin
  • Go to Appearance then to Menus
  • Then to Menu Structure
  • Then to Manage Locations
  • Go to Theme Location and then to Assigns Main menu.
  • Then go to Menu Structure ad then assign Privacy Policy page to the main menu through drag and drop.
  • Then save menu
  • In this way, Privacy Policy Page is now appear at the main menu under main menu of website.

If you want to learn how to write privacy policy of website, then you can learn from my website from the this link.

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