As we use the ALL IN ONE SEO, does this needed to be done in Google search console?
If so what are the benefits to me?
Thanks,
Andi.

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T1967 Premium
Hey Andi, did you see Marions video walkthrough, it was really easy to do :-)) let me know how you get on will you
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ChrisScott Premium
Andi you can do this with the all in one seo plugin If you would like some help wit that send me a PM
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Dreamer56 Premium
Andi you can do this with the all in one seo plugin If you would like some help wit that send me a PM
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Ivine Premium
Hi Andi, the following information might help, Sorry fro the long message. It was the only way I could send it. Irv.

Submit a sitemap to Google Search Console

Creating a sitemap helps search engines better crawl and categorize your site. You can easily create and verify a sitemap for any of your publicly viewable Google Sites through Google Search Console.
1. Verifying your site with Google Search Console

Before Google Sites will generate a sitemap, you must verify your site with Google Search Console:

Sign in to Google Search Console using the same account information you use to sign in to Google Sites.
Click "Add a site...", enter the base URL of your Google Site in the box that pops up, then click "Continue."
On the following page, select the radio button next to Add a meta tag to your site's home page.
Copy the meta tag (for example, <meta name="google-site-verification" content="z5mJLjVGtEe5qzCefW1pamxI7H46u19n4XnxEzgl1AU" />) from the Instructions box.
In a new browser window or tab, navigate to the Google Site you wish to verify. (You will need to go back to the Search Console page, so do not close it.)
Click the More actions button and select Manage site.
Select the General tab under the Site Setting area.
Paste the meta tag that you copied on the Google Search Console site in the box next to Google Search Console verification.
Click "Save changes."
Go back to the Search Console page where you copied the meta tag.
Click "Verify."

2. Submitting your Google Site's sitemap to Google Search Console

On your Search Console home page, select your site.
In the left sidebar, click Site configuration and then Sitemaps.
Click the Add/Test Sitemap button in the top right.
Enter /system/feeds/sitemap into the text box that appears.
Click Submit Sitemap.

3. Locating your sitemap for later use

You can navigate to your sitemap by adding /system/feeds/sitemap to the end of the base URL of your Google Site.
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jvranjes Premium
Yes.

You let Google know what you have. Explained in lessons.
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AndiTointon Premium
Short and blunt.
Thanks.
Andi.
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jvranjes Premium
The question was short as well.
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AndiTointon Premium
Haha Well, it was the start of something big for me and created a fair amount of work too - but I got it sorted eventually, thanks again.
Andi.
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