To list your website in Google Search Console, follow these steps:
Sign in to your Google Search Console account.
Select the type of property you want to add.andnbsp;For a website,andnbsp;selectandnbsp;Domainandnbsp;orandnbsp;URL prefix.
Enter your website URL and clickandnbsp;Continue.
Verify your ownership of the website.andnbsp;There are several ways to do this,andnbsp;such as uploading a file to your website or adding a DNS record.
Once you have verified your ownership,andnbsp;clickandnbsp;Continue.
Your website will now be listed in Google Search Console. It may take a few days for Google to start indexing your website and showing it in search results.
Here are some additional tips for listing your website in Google Search Console:
If you have a subdomain,andnbsp;you can add it as a separate property in Google Search Console.
If you have a multilingual website,andnbsp;you can add each language version as a separate property in Google Search Console.
You can also add multiple websites to the same Google Search Console account.
Once your website is listed in Google Search Console, you can use it to track your websiteand#39;s performance in Google Search, submit sitemaps, and troubleshoot any problems with your website.
Here are some of the benefits of listing your website in Google Search Console:
Track your websiteand#39;s performance in Google Search.andnbsp;Google Search Console provides you with a variety of reports and metrics that you can use to track your websiteand#39;s performance,andnbsp;such as search impressions,andnbsp;clicks,andnbsp;and traffic.
Submit sitemaps.andnbsp;A sitemap is a file that lists all of the pages on your website.andnbsp;Submitting a sitemap to Google Search Console can help Google to index your website more quickly and efficiently.
Troubleshoot any problems with your website.andnbsp;Google Search Console can help you to identify and fix any problems with your website that may be preventing it from being indexed or ranking well in search results.