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00:00 Introduction and Sponsor

00:30 Overview and Services

00:48 Accessing Google Postmaster Tools

01:16 Adding Your Domain to Google Postmaster Tools

02:05 Adding a Text Record in cPanel

02:40 Viewing Domain Statistics in Google Postmaster Tools

03:20 Conclusion

Summary

In this tutorial, Tim Davis from the Basic Joomla Tutorials YouTube channel guides users on how to add their Joomla site's domain to Google Postmaster Tools. This process involves logging into Google Postmaster Tools, adding the domain, and verifying ownership by adding a TXT record to the domain's DNS settings via cPanel. Tim demonstrates the steps and provides troubleshooting tips for common issues, such as TTL mismatches. By using Google Postmaster Tools, users can monitor their domain's email reputation and ensure better email deliverability.

Introduction and Sponsor: Tim Davis introduces the video and mentions the sponsor, MySites.Guru, which offers a free site audit for Joomla sites.

Overview and Services: Overview of the Basic Joomla Tutorials YouTube channel and the services offered, including building, maintaining, and migrating Joomla sites.

Accessing Google Postmaster Tools:

Navigate to postmaster.google.com.

Log in with your Google account.

Adding Your Domain to Google Postmaster Tools:

After logging in, click on the red plus (+) icon to add a new domain.

Enter the domain name you want to add.

Adding a Text Record in cPanel:

After entering your domain in Google Postmaster Tools, you'll receive a TXT record value to add to your domain's DNS settings.

Log in to your cPanel account.

Go to Domains > Zone Editor.

Select Manage for the domain you want to add.

Add a new TXT Record with the given value from Google Postmaster Tools.

Ensure the TTL (Time to Live) value matches the other records if an error occurs.

Save the record.

Viewing Domain Statistics in Google Postmaster Tools:

Once your domain is verified, Google Postmaster Tools will start collecting data.

Tim shows an example of a domain with existing stats, highlighting spam reports and reputation.

It may take some time for stats to appear for newly added domains.

Conclusion:

Monitoring your domain's reputation with Google Postmaster Tools helps ensure better email deliverability.

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