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  1. says

    Been absent from the blogsphere for some time now. Happy to see more than google+ verifying ownership. This could help with authority branding as well.

  2. says

    Although I've already completed the Pinterest verification process I really appreciated this article. So many need to know how to do this and you made it as easy as drinking a cold glass of iced tea on a hot summer's day.

  3. says

    Thanks Elizabeth, I rechecked  just to be sure. You mention business and personal so i assume this is also the difference between a business Pinterest and a personal Pinterest.

  4. says

    I'm sure these directions will help many people Liz. I verified my site before Pinterest started Business Pages, so I followed the same steps with Just Host. What you said will work with any hosting company as long as you have the username and password to access your account. Nicely done!

  5. says

    Ha!  What timing!  I was just about to do this.  I already downloaded my file and just needed to log into GoDaddy ;)  I don't know what I'd do without you Elizabeth!  I learn so much from your articles!

  6. says

    These are great step by step instructions! It's so important to remember when telling people how to do something that not all webhosts are the same. Thanks!

  7. says

    I’m totally a new subscriber! This article is exactly what I needed to get out of the fetal position thinking about messing around in my website’s root directory. Phwew!

  8. says

    Hi! Please help…I cannot get mine to verify. I have godaddy website builder…I have to go to site builder in my website builder and paste the code in it…which I have done over and over again…and it keeps saying…oops…domain not found?!?!? I don’t know what else to do!! Thanks for anything you can help me with. Eileen

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