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Create a tea story blog and write hard. The reason why we write is that our writings flow through the search engine, and those who come to see the writings click on AdSense advertisements in the middle of the writing to make us profit. https://gardnermediagrp.com/ The more people come to see the article, the more frequently ad-sense advertisements are exposed, and the more frequently they are, the more likely they are to click on the ad. If the probability of clicking on an ad increases, the profit increases in proportion.

After a certain period of time after opening the blog, the T-story blog is automatically registered on the next site, causing an influx of searches. The next time you search, users will automatically visit our blog. However, it may be difficult to increase AdSense revenue quickly with the next influx alone. So we can use the inflow booster: Google and Naver inflow.

In order to expect the inflow of Google and Naver, we need to proceed with the site registration separately. If you don’t register the site, you won’t know the existence of the T-story blog we created on Naver or Google, and you won’t be able to expect the inflow from Naver or Google.

Google Webmaster Tools – Registering a Tea Story Blog on the Search Console

First, copy the address of the T-story blog. After logging in to the T-story blog, you can click on the running blog in the upper right corner to go to the T-story blog and copy the address.

Copy T-story Address #1

Copy Tea Story Address #2

Go to Google Search Console at the address below. Log in with the Google ID that you used to apply for AdSense before.

https://search.google.com/search-console

If you register with the search console for the first time, a window appears as follows. Paste the T-story address that you copied earlier into the right URL text box, including https://, and click Continue.

Create Search Console

When the Confirm Ownership window appears, click the HTML task

Confirm ownership

Click Copy.

Copying Metatags

Now go back to managing T-story’s blog and go back to the Skin Edit menu.

Click Edit Skin

Click Edit html

Click Edit HTML in the upper right corner, paste directly below <head>, and click the Apply button.

Paste Metatags and click Apply

Then go back to the search console and click OK. Then, a window appears that the ownership has been verified as shown below. Click Go to Properties.

Confirm ownership

You will be asked to thank you for using the new Google Serch Console, and click Start.

Google’s Thank You Message

Now let’s do something called adding a site map so that the search console can scratch the content of our blog (crawling

Click sitemap

In the Add New Site Map box, type sitemap.xml and click Submit.

Type sitemap.xml and click Submit

Site Map Submission Successful

Then type rss and click Submit.

Enter rss and click Submit

rss submission successful

Successful submission of sitemap and rss

Now Google will automatically take our T-story blog’s publication (called crawling), and then someone will search Google for a search term related to our writing, and it will appear in the search list.

However, this alone does not guarantee Google exposure and inflow. In order to inflow from Google, the search results must be inquired at the top of the first page when searching for keywords, and the user must click on the inquired contents to enter. In order to search page 1, you need to write optimized for Google search engine.