Placing an ad on the website is one of the legit ways for a website owner can monetize their traffics.
But did you know! that in order to create transparency in the programmatic advertising ecosystem. As a publisher, you have to be transparent too.
So, to declare your transparency as publisher and site owner, the only way is by adding Ads.txt code snippet to your site.
That’s why here we want to share with you guys how to put the ads.txt code snippet on your site. But before that, you might need to know a little bit about what is ads.txt?
What is Ads.txt?
Ads.txt is an initiative by the Interactive Advertising Bureau to enable publishers to take control over who can sell their ad inventory.
Ads.txt is a
This is designed to allow online buyers to check the validity of the sellers from whom they buy.
It’s really important for the purposes of internet fraud prevention.
And as a publisher, advertising company require you to have an ads.txt file on your website/blog in order to receive revenue share by becoming their ad publisher.
For more info about ads.txt, later you can Googl
Okay, let’s find out how to put the ads.txt code snippet on your site. This tutorial is especially for you guys who use Blogger
How to put Ads.txt code snippet on website
Got a warning banner alert in your AdSense account? said something like this: “Earnings at risk – One or more of your ads.txt files doesn’t contain your AdSense publisher ID.”
Then, probably your site doesn’t have or missing required ads.txt files. Not only Adsense, but
If you are using self-hosted WordPress to host your site, there is an easy way to put the
It’s better to use a plugin to put code snippet rather than manually create the ads.txt file. In most the
So let’s take advantage of using a WordPress plugin to put the code on your site. And the WordPress plugin that we recommended this time is Ads.txt Manager by 10up.
You can find this plugin in your WP Admin > Plugins > Add New use keyword Ads.txt Manager on the
How to use it?
To use the plugin, after you install and activated it, simply go to Settings > Ads.txt to open the Ads.txt Manager plugins page.
There you can place your code snippet from Advertising network you join with. You can place
See the example screen shot below
The changes usually take effect within 24 hours.
Put Ads.txt code snippet on Blogger blogspot
If your blog i
When you’ve done, don’t forget to click the Save changes button.
Basically, when you connect Blogger Blogspot to your Adsense account it will automatically generate ads.txt files that contain your publisher ID.
But in case you are want to monetize your blog who hosted in Blogger Blogspot with another Ad network. Then this is how to plac the ads.txt content.
Adding ads.txt manually in cPanel hosting
Alternatively, you can also add ads.txt manually in cPanel. To do it, simply put given ads.txt code snippet in Note pad or any text editor and name it ads.txt
Just make sure you save it as plain text. And then upload it to your cPanel. The path should be in the
And that’s it!
Need to test it out? hmm.. simply put the /ads.txt at the end of your site URL. Here is, for example, you can copy and paste this URL: https://digimanx.com/ads.txt into your browser to check how the page looks like.
If you just sign up as a publisher on some advertising network that requires you to put Ads.txt code snippet on your site. Then, I hope this post will useful. It’s also useful if you want to place multiple Adsense ads from a
Okay, until next post take care and peace out!