Sunday, June 16, 2019

How to solve ads.text file missing AdSensee problem

What is ads.txt file and how to fix AdSense notification

Ads.txt is simply a text file that sits on your server and lists the places authorised to sell ads on your behalf. The “ads” part of the name is an acronym for “Authorised Digital Sellers”. The idea is simple: Buyers can collect this data and be sure that if they’re paying for ads on then that is where those ads will appear (see example from .
The file simply lists the accounts that are authorised to sell the inventory, doing so in a format that can be easily crawled and indexed.

Create your own ads.txt file for AdSense

Here's how to create an ads.txt file to publicly declare that Google is authorized to sell your ad inventory:

  1. Create a text (.txt) file.
  2. Include the following line:, pub-0000000000000000, DIRECT, f08c47fec0942fa0
    Important: Make sure you replace pub-0000000000000000 with your own publisher ID.
  3. Host your ads.txt file at the root level of your domain. (for example,
    Root levels are one level down from what’s listed in the public suffix list. For example, "" is a root domain of "" but "" is not. See the IAB ads.txt specification.

How to submit ads.txt file to Blogger website 

1) visit Blogger deshvoard
2) click setting and click search and preference 
3) enable ads.txt and paste code telling in the up . 
4) click save Done 

 You successfully completed work your AdSense notification will be close within 24 hours.

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