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10/8/17
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NHL Insider

Ads.txt file to Blogger

How do I upload ads.txt file to the root directory for Blogger? This file is mandatory for Google Ad Exchange, and it must be uploaded to root directory.
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Jenwit
10/8/17
Jenwit
Sorry, Blogger does not allow the addition of ads.txt file to the root directory.
10/11/17
Original Poster
NHL Insider
Is there any future plans to adopt this technology?
10/11/17
Original Poster
NHL Insider
Latest update from a recent Google conference state that Google will not buy inventory from sites that don’t have ads.txt implemented by end of October. Please allow ads.txt functionality on Blogger
10/11/17
Original Poster
NHL Insider
More and more advertisers are not buying from sites that do not have Ads.txt. I need to add Ads.txt to my Blogger site. Please add this functionality ASAP!
ALLCG JOBS
10/17/17
ALLCG JOBS
Same Problem Here. I also want to upload ads.text file. please suggest any way to upload this file on blogger root directory.
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Pomhey
7/2/18
Pomhey
 disable and the re-enable the www redirect in blogger settings
 
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