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I am an independent consultant for Scentsy. I pay monthly to have my own site off of theirs which basically is their layout with my chosen name at the end. What I am allowed to edit within that one page can be in html coding. However, it's only my page I create around their layout so I have no access to their original "head, body, etc." coding surrounding that. My question is with this limited access how do I get verified with Google and add a site map? Since I have nowhere to insert the meta file in the "head" section I don't see how I can go that route with verifying. And I have no idea how I can upload a file. It lets me use html code to insert images and other coding but like I said, it's totally blank currently and up to me to create in its entirety. I am at a loss on how to get Google to find me. I know it can be done because other Scentsy consultants pop right up on Google.....in particular one. Can anyone help me please?
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Have you looked at the content on the other consultant's pages? I can't get in to see any of them so you'll have to look and see what content they put on the page to get such good ranking. I would think that if you follow their example and, see if you can submit your page to Google, that your ranking may improve.

Some links I can get to might help, but I'm at a loss right now.
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