How to implement Ads.txt File Into Root Directory Cpanel
Google strongly recommend that you use an ads.txt file. It can help buyers identify counterfeit inventory and help you receive more advertiser spend that might have otherwise gone toward that counterfeit inventory.
If there’s an issue with ads.txt on your site, you’ll see an alert in your AdSense account. To prevent a severe impact on your revenue, follow the steps below to fix the issue.
Step 1 Log in to Cpanel or Control Panel. If you don’t know your login. It would have been sent to you when you first brought your hosting and would warn you not to lose this code. If you have lost it you will need to ring your hosting company
Step 2 Click on File Manager and it will take you into Preferences
Step 3 Preferences Cpanel show Hidden Files for your domain
First, make sure your domain is showing in case you have many domains. So once you can see your domain name then tick on Show Hidden Files
Step 4 Click on Create New File
Click on A New File button ( Warning don’t click on Folder) it is in the top left-hand corner. (Example of file in the Image above) will open. Please Type in ( ads.txt ) You can copy and paste the red print into the new File. Then Click on Create New File
Please note The Red T Does not work on some Cpanels anymore. This is very annoying because it helps with find the file easy. More Companies are now wanting people to do the same as Google and ad new files for advertising companies that are Google alternatives
Step 5 Drop the ads.txt codes file
Ok Click on your ads.txt File and click on edit, If you only have Google Code just drop the Code straight into the file. It should straighten up automatically and will number automatically as soon as you drop the code into the file. It is Magic. Ok, Remember to click the save button at the top of the right-hand corner. Saved should light up at the bottom, so once you see saved then click on the close button. You have done it Congratulations you just saved yourself a $1000. Goodbye and Enjoy Blogging.