Submitting your blog to Google makes a difference the people visit your blog. If you have very fewer number of visitors to your blog you can easily increase the number by letting Google know your blog.
This can be done in an easy way which most of the Bloggers don’t know about. If you have created your new blog and if you want to submit your blog to Google so that people will know about it easily while searching on Google, you can submit your blog to Google by following these easy steps.Image via CrunchBase
Remember one thing that the main source of traffic to your blog is search engines, and the most famous search engine is Google Search Engine. So submitting your blog to Google Webmaster will not only increase your blog traffic but will increase your Page Rank also.
If you have not heard of Webmaster account on Google here it is. Click on to your Google account or “My Account”. You will see the webmasters account in the section. You can open it by using the same account details as you use at Blogger or G mail.
Now when you are there, you will be asked to enter your site URL. Enter your blog/website URL and click “Add Site“.
Then you will have to verify your account. There are two methods to verify your account:
- Adding a meta tag
- Uploading a HTML file
If you are a blogger you can use “add a meta tag option” and if not you can use second option also.
For Bloggers: how to submit sitemap to your Google webmasters account
Click on Add a Meta tag and you will be given a code. Just Copy the code given and open Blogger.
After that click on the Layout >> Edit HTML.
Search for and paste that Meta Tag code just after. Save your template. After saving go back to Google webmaster and click on verify.
After verifying go to Sitemaps in the left sidebar.
Then click on Add a Sitemap. In the drop down menu it will ask you to put the Sitemap URL. There are only two ways to add a sitemap and they are:
Just enter your desired option and click Add General Web Sitemap
Congratulations! You have submitted your blog to Google Webmaster…