How to Create a Google Custom Search Engine(CSE) For Your Blog/Website

Hello Everyone this is a tutorial post about how you can create a Google’s Custom Search Engine for Blogs and Websites. There are many benefits to have your custom Search Engine widget so that your visitors can search their problem in you blog or website.


>>>1 Gmail Account.
>>>Little work,time and patience.

Let’s go and create a Search Engine:

>>>Sign in to Google(or you can sign in next step also)
>>>Visit the Google CSE by Clicking Here
>>>Click on ”Add”
>>>Fill your website name but in place of www place an * sign like in below picture
>>>Click on “CREATE” button.
>>>Now after clicking on create button you can see  three options…first one is to embed the code in your blog/website
>>>Click on get code and new window will be opened containing a code which you have to embed anywhere in your template/layout as an HTML/Javascript code.
>>>You can also adjust the visual look according to your choice by clicking on button on left side of window as in below picture.
>>>That’s it you are done now.

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Satyendra is a Biotechnologist from the city of Nawabs, Lucknow. Apart from blogging, his other interests are Indian rap knowledge, affiliate marketing, poetry, and basically anything nerdy.

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