eNom and Go Daddy customers can verify ownership from web based interface.
Google has just introduced a speedier way to verify your domain ownership for use with certain Google tools.
You have to verify that you own a particular domain name in order to use some Google services with the domain, e.g. seeing search queries for your web site in Webmaster Tools. Until now the process has been kind of difficult for people without technical skills.
The new service allows eNom and Go Daddy customers to complete a simple sign-on process to verify to Google that they own a particular domain. To verify a domain, you basically provide your registrar login credentials within an interface and grant it permission to verify your ownership.
Google plans to extend the feature to BlueHost customers soon.