How To Add Laravel Website To Google Search Console - FreeCodeBlog

Last updated: Nov 19, 2021

Want to add your Laravel website to Google Search Console? Yes!, To rank Laravel website on Google, you need to add your Laravel website to Google Search Console. After adding your Laravel website to Google Search Console, Google will rank your Laravel website very quickly. You can see your ranked Laravel website URL in Google search results after you add it to Google Search Console. You can also remove unnecessary URLs from Google search results and you can see website performance, crawl report, mobile usability, sitemap, page experience and more.  So let's start to add laravel website to google search console.

 

How To Add Laravel Website To Google Search Console
How To Add Laravel Website To Google Search Console

 

Wait, do you really want to connect your Laravel website to Google Search Console? you need to follow some steps to add your laravel website with google search console.

 

1. Generate Laravel Sitemap.

Does your Laravel website have a created sitemap? No!, Before adding your Laravel website to Google Search Console, you first need to add a sitemap to your Laravel website. You must add sitemaps to your Google search console to rank your website.

 

2. Add Sitemap In Robot.

You need to add the sitemap of your Laravel website to the robot file. You can see the robot file in your laravel website root folder.

 

Sitemap: sitemap-url

 

3. Add Properties To The Google Search Console.

Now you need to add properties to the Google Search Console. You can see two options for adding your Laravel website property to Google Search Console. You can add domain or URL prefix properties to the Google Search Console.

 

4. Add Domain Property.

Want to index main and subdomain URLs in google? You need to domain property for your laravel website to rank main domain with subdomain URLs.

 

5. Add URL Prefix Property.

Just want to rank a specific URL in Google? To rank a specific URL, you need to add your Laravel website URL prefix to Google Search Console.

 

6. Add Sitemap In Google Search Console.

Now you need to add your laravel website generated sitemap URL in Google Search Console. Did you add any property of your laravel website to Google Search Console? Yes!, After adding your Laravel website property you will see a Sitemaps option in the Index section of the Google Search Console Dashboard sidebar menu. Just click on sitemaps option and fill Add a new sitemap form to hit enter on submit button. You can see the Sitemap added to your Laravel website in the Sitemap List section submitted on the Sitemap page.

 

Okay so this is for today. See you again next tutorials. Thanks

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