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How to Invite other Users to Access your Google Webmaster Site Details

How to Invite other Users to Access your Google Webmaster Site Details

When ever I work with a client for his blog Search engine optimization, one thing which I always needed is access to his webmaster tools. One way is to ask for the client login details, and most of time users are not comfortable sharing his details. In that case I had to verify his website in Google webmaster tool using my ID and after that check his website status and keywords ranking using Google webmaster tool.

Though this is good news for website owners who need to access his website webmaster stats with multiple users. Google webmaster tool has added a new feature in which you can invite users to access your Google webmaster site details by adding him as a user.

Here is how you can add another user to your Google webmaster tool :

Login to your Google webmaster tool and head over to verification page. Click on verification details and quickly add a user Email id to grant him access. Here are two screenshots which will quickly explain this whole procedure :

webmaster-verification Google-Webmaster-verification

Is isn’t it simple and I’m sure this will save a lots of time for you and for others. Do let us know your thoughts about this feature?

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Article by Harsh Agrawal

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  • vasu mote

    thanks for sharing its very useful for seo clients to share with other

  • fareed

    nice information thank u

  • Doulos

    This is useful information. This will enable us to offer help for other websites/blog.

  • NpXp

    Pretty useful when one has to sell their site or blog. I do it most of the times..

    • Harsh Agrawal

      Yah it’s also good when you sell your website, but for me it’s more useful from a SEO-Client perspective :)


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