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After verify site ownership is it ok to remove html meta tag from index html file?

After verifying site ownership, is it ok to remove the <meta name="google-site-verification"> tag? No. If you want to remove it and remain verified, you'll need to use another form of ...
Warren Halderman's user avatar
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Can I claim an ownership of a site in google search console independently of other owners

Your screenshots show different sites. Some include www, and some don't. The difference of www means a different site, and different performance data.
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How to prove that a particular website is mine?

On your about page, add an owner section that has a copy of your public PGP key as a download. If someone wants you to prove ownership of the site, they can download the public key, then request you ...
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How to prove that a particular website is mine?

Meta tag : <meta name="author"content="YourName"> Register the site on various webmasters (google, bing etc.) platform and complete site verification process. Edit footer and add your name or ...
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How to prove that a particular website is mine?

Write in comments in html or write meta author tag in head of page: <meta name="author"content="Your name ">
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GA Data Ownership Client / Account Owner

You can actually transfer a Google Analytics account, rather than just adding them as user: 1.Click Admin. 2.In the ACCOUNT column, use the menu to select the account that contains the property you ...
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What information is available about a Domain Name

The only publicly listed information is what you can see in a whois query. But even then if the domain owner chooses to enable domain privacy (assuming it is available on that domain extension) you ...
Steve's user avatar
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Registering a domain as an individual and then assigning it to a company?

Your question depends on the TLD. If it is a gTLD, ICANN rules kick in, see the section "Inter-Registrant Transfer (Change of Registrant)" on https://www.icann.org/resources/pages/transfer-policy-2016-...
Patrick Mevzek's user avatar
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File ownership for mediawiki and semantic media wiki

This is a good question, and something I still wonder if I'm doing the "right way" or the best way. But to attempt to give you two potential answers to your questions: Should the www-data ...
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Reclaim Domain Control

If their email address is on the domain, use https://www.icann.org/users/password/new to have the EPP code sent to them. Transfer it to a new registrar and you now have control of nameservers and ...
Steve's user avatar
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Will reverifying a new owner in Google Search Console cause data loss or ranking problems?

Based on my experience, no impact to the data and ranking result. The new owner's data have the same data as the old owner's data. Nothing is different. Note: I just tried after I read your question....
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Move a site from a subdomain of another domain when we won't be able to obtain a redirect

The best way is to add 301 redirect. As another way, you can create rel=canonical from every page of old subdomain to every page of your own website. Guys from oldnewspaper would not even know about ...
Evgeny Yudin's user avatar
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GA Data Ownership Client / Account Owner

To add to Max's answer... If it's the only existing Property within the GA Account, no need to transfer the Property to a different GA Account. You can simply add them as a User to GA, via their own ...
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Can I register a new domain name in owner's name, with the invoice in my business name?

Yes. The domain owner and how the registration is paid for are two separate things. ... and how? There is nothing special you need to do, just enter your payment details at "checkout". If you ...
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