Create a free Google Search Console account by following the steps here: https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/
After creating an account, add the web address for your website in the provided box and click on Add A Property.
Once your website has been added to your account you will be asked to verify ownership of the site.
On the search console home page select Manage Property > Verify This Property next to the website you wish to verify.
Now choose how you wish to verify, and follow the relevant steps below.
Your domain name provider is the company you purchased your domain name from or where your website is hosted (this is not always the same company). This verification method can be done for a site that hasn’t gone live yet.
If you don’t see the domain name provider option listed under Recommended Method, look under the Alternate Method tab.
You will then be asked to choose your provider from a list of popular domain name used providers. If your provider is not listed, select Other to get instructions to add a TXT record to the DNS for your domain name. You will also have the option of adding a CNAME record instead if required.
Copy the meta tag script and go to a separate browser window, and login to your Neto control panel.
From the Neto dashboard, go to Setup & Tools > All Settings & Tools.
Click the Add New button.
Name the script Google Site Verification and scroll down to the tabulated Scripts section. In the Page Header section, paste the meta tag script and click Save as per the example below.
The sitemap URL for Neto websites uses the following format:
Neto administrators will create a sitemap during the process of setting your website live; however, you can turn this on at any time by following the steps below:
Some customers have extremely large websites with large numbers of both products and categories. Most search engines have limits on the size of the sitemap that you can submit to them but they support having multiple sitemap files. The sitemap_index.xml file is an XML file that lists multiple XML sitemap files. By using the sitemap index instead of a single sitemap file you are making sure that you do not have to update your webmaster tools if you outgrow having a single sitemap file.