Guide to How to Optimize Ads.txt Media.Net on Blogger

Optimize Ads.txt Media.Net. Among the sites that provide advertisements other than Google AdSense that requires publishers to install Authorized Digital Sellers or ads.txt is Media.Net. the benefits and function of installing ads.txt itself is to help ensure that your digital ad inventory is only sold through authorized sellers (such as AdSense) that you have identified. creating your own ads.txt file gives you more control over who is allowed to sell ads on your site and helps prevent fake inventory from being displayed to advertisers

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It is strongly recommended that you use the ads.txt file. The ads.txt file can help ad inventory buyers identify fake inventory so you receive more advertiser spend that might be spent on counterfeit inventory. Source: Google Support

How to Optimize Ads. txt Media.Net guide on Blogger

Authorized Digital Sellers or ads.txt itself is usually always updated and the latest ads.txt file is provided for publishers to update (optimize) ads.txt that has been installed on their respective websites/blogs as I have just applied the ads.txt update from Infolinksand on one of my blogs with English content, namely Blogger SEO Knowledge.

Here I will share experiences and guidelines on how to Optimize ads.txt Media.Net for Publishers who use the Blogger platform.

Open the Media.Net PubConsole Dashboard then select the Ads.txt Settings menu

On the Ads / txt Settings window there appears a notification that ads.txt has not been Optimized, what needs to be done is Optimizing the Ads.Txt Settings Klick Optimize

Media.Net will automatically check and scan the previously installed ads.txt file and display several points with a green checklist to optimize

Get the ads.txt file by selecting the Copy Text to Clipboard menu or selecting the Ads.txt menu

Open the Blogger Dashboard, select the Search Preferences sub-menu on the After menu then select enable custom Ads.txt

Paste the ads.txt Media.Net file update to replace the previous ads.txt text file, then click Save Changes. Return to the Ads.txt Settings Media.Net Window, Klick Refresh.

The results are ads.txt file successfully updated (Optimized) and there is no green checklist display on some text.

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