How To Fix ads.txt File Issue in Google Adsense (Bangla Tutorial)

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Hello,

Today’s tutorial is all about fixing a current difficulty raised on Google Adsense Dashboard.

Recently I logged in to my Google Adsense Dashboard and located a problem popped up there like – “Earnings in danger – One or extra of your websites doesn’t have an ads.txt file. Fix this now to keep away from extreme influence to your income.”

It means, should you don’t put that file in your web site after proper configuration along with your writer ID, then you’ll begin shedding earnings.

So, the right way to repair this?

Watch the video beneath and repair yours.

Here are the steps to observe –

Step 01: Log in to your Google Adsense Account and duplicate your Publisher ID.

Step 02: Replace the pink portion of the road along with your writer ID:

google.com, pub-0000000000000000, DIRECT, f08c47fec0942fa0

Step 03: Save this line in a .txt file.

Step 04: Upload the .txt file to the public_html listing (house) of your web site in your cPanel (or another internet hosting you employ).

Step 05: Done! Go and click on to this hyperlink to see whether or not ads.txt efficiently put in or not and what different websites want to repair quickly.

How To Fix ads.txt File Issue in Google Adsense (Bangla Tutorial)

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