How to Verify Domains from the DNS Method in Search Console

You no longer need to submit All Versions (HTTP, https, www, and non-www) of your website in Google Search Console. You can just Verify All Properties by submitting to the example.com Domain.

How to Verify Domains from the DNS Method in Search Console


Google has recently announced this about its official blog. How do we submit and verify the domain from the DNS method here in Google Search Console? And how to set up Domain-wide Data in the Search Council? About to tell from detail.



How to Submit and Verify DOMIN from DNS Method in Google Search Console?



Now you can easily verify your blog and website's domain via DNS in the search council as explained below.

Step 1:

First, you go to Google Search Console and follow the steps below.


  1. Click + Add Property.


Step 2:

If you want to add All Properties, then add the domain to example.com type in the Domain Box.
And if you just want to add a special property, add the domain from https://www.example.com to the URL prefix.

Step 3:

Now a popup will open, in which you will get a domain verification TXT record code. Copy and paste the verification code by clicking on it.


  1. Copy Verification code.

Step 4:

Now you have to add this txt record to your domain's DNS setting. For this, you log in to the domain of your domain provider and add DNS records in this manner.


  1. Type the TXT in Type, add verification code to @ or example.com and txt value in Host.
  2. Save the setting by clicking the Save button on the Code Addition.

After adding your DNS Record, it will take some time, so after some time you have to go to the search council and verify the domain.

Step 5:


  1. Click the VERIFY button to verify the domain.

Step 6:

After that, the page that will open will be told whether your domain is verified or not. If done, then Ownership verified will be written.


  1. Click Go to Property.

Step 7:

You will now have the message "Welcome to your new Domain property" in front of you. Now you can start managing property by clicking the Start button.


  1. Click the Start button.


By following these 7 steps, you can verify your website and block with a Domain-wide DNS record.

This property will have reports of all the websites HTTP, https, www, and non-www all versions. You can now view the Domain-wide data report in the same property.

If you have already verified the domain from the DNS, then after some time Google will automatically start displaying all the reports for you.

Otherwise, you will have to verify by submitting a new property from Search.com search.com to example.com. It will also work for the mobile version m.example.com with all versions of the website.

Remember, until Google integrates your domain data after verifying using the DNS method, then do not delete or remove properties submitted in a first way.


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