Google set the entire blogosphere on fire with the ads.txt file setup issue. Many bloggers have been receiving several warnings from Google concerning their earnings. In this article, what ads.txt means, how it works, how to set it up on your blogger blog and the problems you may face if you refuse to set it up will be discussed.
ADS simply means ‘Authorize Digital Seller‘. This ads.txt protocol has just been launched for Blogger/Blogspot websites.
With the latest development, instead of adding the ads.txt file to your blog’s root directory, you can now add it to your blog manually via your blogger’s setting panel.
Note that if your blog is configured to use adsense through Blogger – Adsense integration, then you don’t need to add ads.txt file to your blog again. But if your blog is monetized with third-party ads or you’ve manually add Google Ads to your Blogger blog, you will need to manually set up the content of the ads.txt file.
Below is how to setup the ads.txt file on your Blogger blog:
1. Sign in to Blogger dashboard
2. At the top left, click the arrow pointing down.
3. Select the blog you want to set up an ads.txt file on.
4. Click on Settings.
5. Under Settings, click on Search preferences.
6. Under Monetization, find Custom ads.txt and click on Edit.
7. Copy the settings from your third-party monetization program and paste them in the text box.
8. Click on Save settings.
Conclusion: setting up the ads.txt file is not as hard as you may think, add the ads.txt file to your blog and save yourself from further stress from google.
If you’ve added this file to your blog using this same method, please let us know if it works, if you’ve added it to your blog by using another method, please don’t hesitate to type it out, it will be great if I and other gurusblendites learn more from your experience. If you are facing difficulties adding this file to your blog, don’t hesitate to let me and other gurusblendites know of this problem, you might get a greater solution. stay blessed.