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Route53 Private Domain Tistory Blog Linked to Google Search Console

The last part connects Route53 domain to TistoryIf you do, the first thing you need to do without content is to register your site or blog with a search engine. Currently, the social and other inflow paths are very diverse and many, but the main inflow path of the blog is the search inflow by the search engine. It is also possible to gain a lot of return visitors by becoming famous in the end.

That's why we'll first learn how to register Tistory with the most important Google search engine, so we'll get a lot of dozens of lookups (although we'll cover it), so we bought a domain from Route53, You will find out how to register in a particular situation. After the registration tutorial, we will strategically explain the useful tips such as which search engine to register for and why.


    Register as a 'domain attribute' in the Google Search Console

While the existing Google Webmaster (now Google Search Console) only supports site registration through URLs, there is a domain-specific registration attribute recently updated in Google Search Console. In the past, you had to register "", "", "", "" The best effect was that registering the domain itself via DNS authentication (ex is a great feature that can be recognized all at once without the complexity.

Of course, there are still problems to be solved, and if you can't access your DNS configuration, it's a feature that you can't use.

  1. Google Search Console pageAfter logging in, immediately after logging in if you are a new user. If you are an existing user, enter the property type through 'Profile Menu → Add Property' on the top left.
  2. Enter the domain name in the domain name (ex and click the 'Continue' button. A 'Confirm domain ownership through DNS record' window appears. Copy the 'TXT record' written here.
  3. Route53 Domain Management PageGo to and click your domain to access detailed settings.
  4. Don't worry about the other menus, press the blue 'Create Recored Set' button at the top to bring up the 'Create Record Set' menu on the right.
  5. From the 'Create Record Set' menu, click on the 'Type' drop box and select 'TXT-Text'.
  6. Paste the 'TXT record' copied from the search console into the 'Value:' value at the bottom, and press the blue 'Create' button to finish. If you go all the way up, you're done configuring DNS. It may take some time for changes to take effect.
  7. Return to the search console and click the blue 'OK' button at the bottom right corner to complete the ownership verification. As mentioned above, depending on the environment, it may take some time in DNS, so if it is not registered right away, just wait a day or so and go back to the same process and press the OK button.

    Register as 'URL Property' on Google Search Console

It's most efficient to register on a per-domain basis, but there are times when you can't use DNS without access or errors. In that case, it's a little annoying, but you can register using the 'URL registration' method.

  1. Likewise Google Search Console pageAfter logging in, immediately after logging in if you are a new user. If you are an existing user, enter the property type through 'Profile Menu → Add Property' on the top left.
  2. Select the 'URL Prefix' menu, enter all the sites you want to register in URL units (ex and click the 'Continue' button.
  3. You can then choose multiple verification methods, which will be skipped if you have Google Analytics or DNS enabled. In the case of Tistory, you cannot upload files to the root location, so select the 'HTML tag' method.
  4. You will be issued a code that begins with 'meta name', which is <head> Put it in the section. Copy the code.
  5. Go to 'Tistory Manager Page → Edit Skin → Edit html' <head>Just below </head>Just put the code in the top line and hit the 'Apply' button to finish.
  6. Go back to the Google Search Console page and press the 'OK' button to complete the ownership verification.
  7. Repeat this process to register all the URL routes you want (ex '', '', '', ' ')

The site is now registered on the Google Search Console. If you wait, the bot will scrape your posting and expose it. This setting alone exposes you to Google, but you need to register a sitemap to further optimize SEO and make the search console aware of your site. In the case of this story, however, you need to update the file in the root folder or create a sitemap by itself, so a special method is needed.

And what search engine should I register with? In the case of Tistory, you only need to register with Google and Naver. Sites that are large enough to register separately from search engines include Google, Naver, Daum, Bing, Zum, and Yandex. If you don't need it, you don't need to go beyond Yandex.

In addition, search engines are interlocked with each other. For example, since Tistory blog is Daum Kakao's own product, the search engine is automatically exposed in Daum, and Zum is Daum ) Is automatically exposed to Zum because it uses search engines (posting is exposed, but site registration is changed separately). Google is the top priority for this kind of linkage, so if you register properly with Google and your site is of high quality, it will be scraped elsewhere. However, since domestic services such as Naver and Daum are very closed, it is necessary to register separately if content is produced in Korean.

The bottom line is that if you want to register yourself, you can do it all. If you don't, you can only register with Google and Naver. I'll cover that in the next part of the series as well.

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