Add URL, Site Verification, Webmaster Tools, Add a Site to Google, Yahoo, Bing using Meta in WordPress

I have come across several posts where in frustrated bloggers are unable to verify their blogs because there is no place to copy and paste the META Code. Here is the quick and easy way to Add URL, perform a site verification in webmaster tools to Google, Yahoo, Bing using Meta in WordPress.

To begin with you must have a login that is a user account to the search engine you with to add the url to.
Next go to My Dashboard
Select the blog you want to add the META to
On the left margin select the icon for Tools
Click on Tools
At the bottom of the page under the heading Webmaster Tool Verification paste the appropriate META for Google, Yahoo or Bing.
Save Changes

It does help to have another web browser window open with the webmaster verification page so that you can verify the blogs once the Meta has been saved.

Here is the link from WordPress Suppport also:

http://en.support.wordpress.com/webmaster-tools/

Good Luck

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2 Comments on “Add URL, Site Verification, Webmaster Tools, Add a Site to Google, Yahoo, Bing using Meta in WordPress”


  1. But when I open the “Tools” there is nothing there about “Webmaster Tool Verification”, just something called “Turbo” and something called “Press this” ??????

  2. panamaj Says:

    Very helpful, thanks for the info, I am now hooked up with google, yahoo and bing!


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