To get your site listed in search results, Google needs to “crawl” and “index” your content. The process can take days or weeks, but if you are a site owner, you can submit your site to Google manually and accelerate the process.
Once logged in to Google Search Console, on the upper left corner, click Search property → Add property.
You will have a choice of the type of property to add. If you want to add only a specific URL, select the option on the right. If you want to add the entire domain (including all subdomains and protocols), you need to select the option on the left.
Enter your domain and click Continue.
Google will now ask you to verify that you are the owner of the domain by asking you to add a TXT DNS record to your domain.
To add the verification TXT DNS record, go back to where you registered your domain and look for domain DNS management. If your domain’s DNS is managed by a third party such as Cloudflare.com you will need to make the change there.
How do I set up a TXT record on my domain name?