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I hope you'll indulge me. I'm a real estate agent for a reason, not a site designer ...
I'm trying to link up a real estate app to my G Suite account (I know ... bear with me a moment). The app is asking for the meta tags for my site. After a very lengthy chat with the Google help folks, they tell me that my site doesn't have meta tags.
Now, I'm pretty sure it does by looking at the source code for the site, but the Google people say "No" and that the site isn't indexed by Google and that Google doesn't know about the site. So they've asked me to resubmit the site to Google to force the meta tag to be generated. (Say what?!?)
Hmmmm ... well the site's been running just fine for a very long time getting traffic and being found on Google, so I'm totally confused now.
Can someone please help me figure out where to find the meta tag for my domain so that I can send it on to the other app folks and explain to me in baby terms what it is Google is trying to do and how to do it?
Again, I'm sorry to waste time here from the folks that truly know what they're doing ...http://www.gabriellenemes.com
Okay, so maybe the correct question is: In which file do I place the Google site verification tag?
I have no idea what you are talking about. My entire reply reads: "The Google verification tag is provided by your Google webmaster account when you registered your site."
Why are you saying, "I'm sorry you feel that basic questions such are beneath the readership of this forum." What's that about?
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