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Are you getting ads.txt error in your Adsense dashboard? In this article, you will learn how to fix ads.txt file issue on Blogger.

What is Ads.txt?

Authorized Digital Merchants, often known as ads.txt, is a text file that resides in the main directory of your website and assures that your digital ad inventory is only sold through vendors (such as AdSense).

Adding an ads.txt file lets you control who is allowed to sell ads on your site and helps prevent fake inventory from being shown to advertisers. You may increase your ad earnings while reduce your odds of receiving false inventory this way.

How to add ads.txt file to Blogger website?

To add an ads.txt file on Blogger Website will not require much knowledge about HTML, CSS or JS because it quite easy to add. What you need to do is to implement the codes at right place in your Blogger Settings.

Let's get you started!

Step 1: First of all, Login to your Adsense Dashboard. and

Step 2: On Adsense Dashboard, download the ads.txt file, and copy all the code.

Step 3: Next login to your Blogger Dashboard, click Settings.

Step 4: Now scroll down and click Monetization.

Step 5: Click toggle button on 'Custom ads.txt' to enable custom ads.txt option.

Step 6: Now Click Custom ads.txt and a new pop-up menu will appear and paste here your ads.txt file code.

Step 7: Click Save.

Note that the ads.txt notices in Adsense are still visible in this instance because it may take days or weeks for the warning notifications to be removed. It can take up to a month if your website doesn't make many ad requests.

How to Check ads.txt was Successfully Install to your Blogger Website

You can easily check if ads.txt is added correctly or not. Just go to your website homepage and in the URL bar type ads.txt after the homepage URL (Like and hit enter. Now you will see the same code you have pasted in settings. If the code is the same, the ads.txt error with Blogger has been resolved.


I hope you have successfully fixed the ads.txt file to your blogger website. If you still have any doubts, you can ask me in the comments section. You can also take the help the ads.txt troubleshooter.

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Great Post. But I Need Wapkiz And Wapaxo Site's Ads.Txt Error Problem. If You Give Me This solution?
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You need to remove the custom redirect you added at your domain manager . Then re enable your HTTPS redirects at your blog dashboard 3rd Party Domain setting .

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