Correct position of Google VerifcationTag in your Index HTML Page

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Dear Webmaster friends.

Google verification codes should be in the heading section of your web site index page but it should be after the name tag of your web site.

Here is what Google Web Master tool says,

Is the meta tag in the correct place on the page? We look for it in the
page's HEAD section. An example of correct placement is shown below.

Your Title

For my web site, the google verification tag is before my Name Tag.

Yola declied to move that google Tag to the correct place which is after my Name Tag.

I do not know why?

We do not have an access to edit our HTML page with Yola.

This Google tag is connected to my google AdWords'

becuase of this, I am going to stop using Google Adwords.

Instead, I will use my adverb with yahoo and Bing.

You know that google subsided £40 for the Adwords when you have a Yola account.

Once I used it up, no more Adwords with google.

Please check where your Verification code is by checking HTML page next to CSS.

Kind Regards,

Dr Htin Aung

www.masterbrandpensales.co.uk
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Posted 7 years ago

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Hello Dr. Htin Aung,

I am not sure if I fully understand the issues you are posting. Please bear with me as I attempt to assist. You are able to add your Google Webmaster code to the head of your site by following the instructions given here. The set up may be slightly different but still just as effective.

While Google Adwords is effective, you are welcome to use Yahoo and Bing.

You may want to check out our SEO Tutorials for further advice on how to improve your ranking and promote your site.

I have also forwarded this post to our SEO Team who may have additional advice for you. Please allow them 48 hours to respond.
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Hello Dr. Htin Aung,

I have spoken with the SEO Team and they have informed me that it is not possible to move the Google Webmaster code to a different position. The positioning of this Google Webmaster code will not affect your ability to use Google Adsense.
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Thank you Sanja.

Htin