Your website is your own, which means that you are very much free to keep whatever you want. Unless it is illegal or harmful to your visitors or us, you can put whatever content you want on your website.
In other words, you are free to keep whatever ad you want on your site.
Google Webmasters is a useful tool that helps you know how Google crawls your website, as well as how this setting changes your website.
However, before you can see that information, you need to verify your website for Google webmasters.
How to add your website to Google webmasters
Go to Google Search Console and sign in with your Google Account.
Click Add Property and enter your website’s URL.
Choose the verification method domain name provider.
Select another domain registrar from the list.
Click “add a CNAME record” at the bottom of the page
Log in to your customer area and click on log in to the control panel next to the account you want to verify.
In your control panel, go to CNN Records.
Select the domain name to verify in the dropdown.
In the control panel, copy the value from “CNAME Label / Host” in the SOURCE field from Google webmasters (only random characters, not your own domain name!).
From Google webmasters in the control panel, copy the price from “CNAME Destination / Target” in the TARGET field (entire domain name, including part of googlehosted.com).
If you are lucky, the verification is completed immediately. If not, DNS Promotions may take a few hours and a new CNAME record may appear. If so, you can try again to verify the domain regularly, verification should be completed within one day.
You can use Email Forwarders to forward email sent to your domain name to another email address. Many people use Gmail as their main email service and want to forward email to their Gmail address. However:
Gmail blocks all emails sent through forwarders. It is not possible to forward email to a Gmail address due to restrictions in Gmail. There is no way to receive any forwarded emails from any service in Gmail.
Suppose you want to receive an email from
[email protected] through your forwarders.
The mail servers of example.com send the message to InfinityFree. InfinityFree then sends the message to Gmail. That’s how email forwarding works.
However, the administrators of example.com only have their own mail servers configured as authorized senders for the example.com domain. Gmail checks these settings whether the email was actually sent by example.com and not by someone pretending to represent example.com.
Gmail will see the email was sent from InfinityFree, not from example.com, and will mark the email as unauthorized. In most cases, Gmail will then delete the message because Gmail believes the message to be fraudulent.