Understanding, Explanations and how to Add Ads.txt to Blogger

Understanding, Explanations and how to Add Ads.txt to Blogger - An explanation or explanation of ads.txt or Authorized Digital Sellers is an initial concept of the Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB) to help ensure your digital ad inventory is only sold through authorized resellers (such as AdSense) that you have identified. This means that we give permission to certain parties such as Adsense to sell ads on our site so as to prevent invalid activity.

Surely my friend a lot of confused from the above explanation is not, the same as I previously do not understand what is Ads.txt on Google Adsense in pairs in dashboard Blogger. On January 31, 2018, Ads.txt has been released and the tutorial is actually already in the magic company's blog but for 2 days I did not activate it because I did not understand what the purpose was.

As explained in the first paragraph that the purpose of installing Ads.txt is to ensure your digital ad inventory is only sold through authorized resellers (such as AdSense) that you have identified. If you register Adsense via Blogger Dashboard then do not need to activate Ads.txt but if Adsense accounts come from other accounts then obligate buddy switch Ads.txtnya.

To check whether or not your Ads.txt is enabled you can use this link: http://www.yourdomain.com/ads.txt

If Ads.txt is enabled then the Google Adsense Publisher ID will appear like this example: google.com, pub-0000000000000000, DIRECT, f08c47fec0942fa0

Unlike if Ads.txt blog buddy is not active then there will be error 404. There is also active but the Publisher ID is different from the Adsense account you pal installed. So quickly enable Ads.txt to be switched to an active Adsense account. This difference occurs because the blog buddy ever on the register to Google Adsense but experienced a rejection.

As a result, if you do not enable Ads.txt is ads that appear on your blog can be blank or temporarily disabled. This I see in some Facebook friends who share their experience, when not activate Ads.txt ads blank but after activating it Ads reappear after a few hours ahead. So my advice still activates Ads.txt even though my friend does not really understand.
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How to enable Ads.txt on Blogger

Go to Google Adsense dashboard and then buddy see Publisher ID Google Adsense through menu >> Settings >> Account >> Account Information >> View ID Publisher's topmost publisher like the picture below.

View Google Adsense Publisher ID

If you already get Publisher ID Google Adsensenya then the next step into the Blogger Dashboard >> Settings >> Search Preferences >> Monetization >> Custom Ads.txt >> Click edit and Copy the following code: google.com, pub-0000000000000000, DIRECT, f08c47fec0942fa0 (red text fill with your Adsense ID buddy).

Add Ads.txt on Blogger

How still hesitate to install Ads.txt, maybe for us beginners still fears to edit like when activating robot.txt. I guarantee secure because almost a few big blogs recommend to activate Ads.txt so that your Adsense ads are not blank because Publisher ID is not appropriate or not yet active Ads.txtnya.

All my blogs including  I have activated Ads.txt and I have adjusted with the Adsense Account ID installed so that no problems in the future. If when activate Ads.txt blank ads then wait just after the next few hours will appear again. So and hopefully useful.

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