If you are an AdSense user or your site is monetized by AdSense then you have definitely received the fix Adsense ads.txt warning message. That means your dashboard shows a warning at risk error, I think this error needs to be fixed permanently as soon as Google says you have AdSense at risk.
Today I will show you three ways to fix this problem. You can fix it in a very easy way, maybe you are a blogger user or a WordPress user. Let’s see what are the methods?
How to Get Your Ads.txt File?
1. The First login to your AdSense dashboard, you will see your error at the top of the dashboard. Just below you will see which of your domains have an error, if multiple domains are seen, then you need to fix the error in those domains.
2. You will see the Fix Now option on the right, click here.
3. Go to the next page and get a download button now, click here to download your ads.txt file,
4. Open the download file, you will see in the file that your publisher ID has been taken automatically. You need to copy this file and save it to the root directory of your site database.
5. Copy this code and save it in your notebook.
How to Submit Ads.txt File in WordPress?
You know it’s very easy to fix any error in WordPress, so this is no exception. You can submit an ads.txt file in WordPress in two ways. I will show two methods here but use the second method if possible.
How to Submit Ads.txt by Editing Database File?
1. Go to your cPanel,
2. Open file manager,
3. Open public.html root,
4. Click on upload bottom,
5. Select the downloaded ads.txt file,
6. Click upload bottom and compete for the second method.
How to Submit Ads.txt Using Plugin?
1. Go to your WordPress admin panel,
2. Click on the plugin,
3. Add new,
4. Search ads.txt on the plugin search bar,
5. You can see the ads.txt manager plugin, install and activate it,
6. Go to the setting option and click the ads.txt option,
7. Copy and paste the saved ads.txt file into this blank box,
8. Save changes.
9. If you know your file has been submitted correctly, go to your Google browser,
10. Enter YOURDOMAIN/ADS.TXT on the link bar and go. If the file is submitted, you will see your ads.txt file.
How to Fix AdSense Ads.Txt Warning in Blogger?
1. Log in to your blogger account,
2. Click on the setting option,
3. Search preferences,
4. You can see custom Ads.txt under the monetization option, enable it.
5. Past your downloaded code in this text box,
6. Then click on save changes,
7. If you know your file has been submitted correctly, go to your Google browser,
8. Enter YOURDOMAIN/ADS.TXT on the link bar and go. If the file is submitted, you will see your ads.txt file.
I hope you understand how to permanently solve the AdSense ads.txt warning. I would say don’t avoid the error at all, fix it using the above method. If you like the post, please like and share it. Watch the video below for more details-