How to add custom Ads.txt in Blogger/Blogspot [Adsence]

Notices are coming to use ads.txt on your Google Adsence. If your blog is linked with Google AdSense, then this notice may have come to you. If you have linked a blog to AdSense ads.txt file will be created automatically or else you will have to make it.


How to add custom Ads.txt in Blogger/Blogspot [Adsence]

What is Ads.txt?


Ads.txt (Authorized Digital Sellers) protects blog publishers from fraud in buying and selling advertising space.

This file contains a list of the ads publisher accounts that the blog owner works with. Therefore, there is no earnings in the case of Google AdSense if your website has an advertisement publisher account and whose information is not provided in the ads.txt file. This is the main reason that you will now have to create an ads.txt file in Blogger too.


Is ads.txt implemented on my blog?


If you had applied for AdSense from your Blogger Dashboard or you had added to advertise then you do not need to panic. In most of these cases, Blogger ads.txt makes itself. If you want to know whether your blog has ads.txt or not, then you have to open ads.txt in the web browser. 

For example- https://xyz.com/ads.txt
If ads.txt will be created then something looks like.


If a 404 error occurs when you open ads.txt on the blog then you will have to create ads.txt


How to create an ads.txt file on Blogger

Steps to Create and Manage Ads.txt on the Blogger


1. Choose the blog on the Blogger Dashboard

Pick a Blogger Blog to Enable HTTPS

2. Then go to Settings> Search preferences> Monetization> Custom ads.txt





3. This setting will be disabled. Click the Edit link.

4. Enable custom ads.txt content? Choose YES option.

5. A box will open below. Copy and paste a line given on the Google AdSense dashboard here.




If you apply ads with more than one ad publishing account, then they have to be pasted in the next line.





6. Click the Save changes button now. After this, the custom ads.txt will be created. Now you can check by opening it on your blog URL.

For example- https://www.xyz.com/ads.txt

Hope this post will be helpful for you. You will be able to continue your AdSense earnings by making ads.txt enabled on Blogger.

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