It’s quite commonplace for a CDN to use their domain in the URL for your resources, since they are the ones hosting them after all. Since custom CDN URLs matching your server are usually an added cost from CDN providers, most people settle for the server CDN URL, which usually looks something like this:
Since your images are being hosted on a different domain, they won’t show up in Google Search Console when you set up your site because you don’t have ownership of example-cdn.com. A step is required in order to authenticate your ability to access data.
Fortunately there is a way to have the best of both worlds![Read more…] about How To Track CDN Images in Search Console