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    Default Add a DNS record to your domain's configuration

    I would like to Add a DNS record to my domain's configuration, so that I can get verified with google that i am the owner of the website.

    It is asking for the following "select your domain registrar or provider"

    I have bought my domain name from voda host and my provider is voda host, so how and where can i add the DNS record to my domains configuration?

    it is a very specific question, please help me only on this and not on how to do it with sitemap etc
    thanks

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    Default Re: Add a DNS record to your domain's configuration

    Refer to Google Support (it is different for Google Apps, AdSense, Analytics, etc.) .... usually it is merely entering your Hosting Provider by name and the IP to which the domain is assigned.

    I do not recommend you change any CME or MX records on your own ... you will undoubtedly create more issues than you are aware. From all your previous posts and challenges, in my opinion you are struggling with minutia and "higher" concepts before mastering the basic and core of producing a website that is not just visually appealing but compliant, and producing results based on the solid build that needs proceed any META manipulation.
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    Default Re: Add a DNS record to your domain's configuration

    how can i add

    google-site-verification=Pet0qGSLL6Ufzx8c-YCat4x054tfBUkYn3VEJh3Y2zI

    to my domain name system (DNS) for voda host?

    google gives specific instructions for the following
    go *****
    enom.com
    name.com

    etc etc but i got my domain from voda host so how do i do it?

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    Default Re: Add a DNS record to your domain's configuration

    ok managed to get verified with google with one of their other options. cheers!

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    Default Re: Add a DNS record to your domain's configuration

    Whatever!
    I suppose when all else fails, read the instructions, eh?
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