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  • Plugin Support schmidt25

    (@schmidt25)

    Hi herishare,

    Thanks for opening this topic.

    Advanced Ads does not create your ads.txt file, but the file is fine, and all entries are correct.

    You mention in your post two different locations for the file, but these are the exact locations. However, the file is in the correct position, and you have done everything fine. So, the ads.txt is not the reason for the low revenue.

    I notice that AdSense does not fill the ad codes with ad units on your website. This happens with manual injected ads as well as with Google Auto ads.

    I recommend checking the AdSense reports and taking a look at the coverage rate of your ads to see if this is significantly low. Please, also check in your AdSense account > Policy center if you see any notifications.

    Best regards,
    Joachim

    Thread Starter herishare

    (@herishare)

    Thanks for your reply,
    But the site still gets “Revenue alert: You must fix some ads.txt file issues to avoid significant loss of revenue.”
    There is nothing wrong with the Policy Center: https://ppt.cc/fwqzux

    Plugin Support schmidt25

    (@schmidt25)

    Hi,

    Thanks for your reply.

    “But the site still gets “Revenue alert: You must fix some ads.txt file issues to avoid significant loss of revenue.”

    I am not sure to what “the site” refers.

    Advanced Ads imports all notifications from your AdSense account. If you have multiple websites registered at AdSense and one is missing the ads.txt, you will see this notification in your WordPress backend from the website that has the correct ads.txt.

    If you see this message in AdSense and you only have this website, or all your websites have a correct ads.txt, the reason for this message can be also that those files are not crawled yet by Google.

    Not providing an ads.txt does not lead to a significant loss of income in my experience. If you have not earned much with AdSense so far, this will not change abruptly when Goolge has crawled your ads.txt.

    Best regards,
    Joachim

    Thread Starter herishare

    (@herishare)

    Thanks for your reply.
    the site refers to my google adsense website.

    I turned on automatic ads, but my website can’t display billboards, I don’t have any advertising revenue now, I can display it a while ago, and I can make money, don’t know what’s the problem.
    Ads are not displaying properly.

    • This reply was modified 1 month, 1 week ago by herishare.
    • This reply was modified 1 month, 1 week ago by herishare.
    Thread Starter herishare

    (@herishare)

    sorry to bother you
    I would like to ask if I looked at the source code of the website today and searched for my clientID, only to find that there is a set of clientIDs in the picture. is this normal? If there is a bug, where is it fixed?

    Web page source code photo:https://privatebin.support-tools.com/?1db415d7af8f7f89#x31402G3FxVj+23r2nfplh9YDx/vwCPYGcge+zkYeLk=

    Plugin Support schmidt25

    (@schmidt25)

    Hi herishare,

    “I turned on automatic ads, but my website can’t display billboards, I don’t have any advertising revenue now, I can display it a while ago, and I can make money, don’t know what’s the problem.”

    The auto ads on your website keep unfilled. It looks as if you would need to give AdSense more time.

    Your screenshot shows that you insert these AdSense codes into your website via the Site Kit plugin. This injection has nothing to do with Advanced Ads.

    Please, see this thread for more information.

    Best regards,
    Joachim

    Thread Starter herishare

    (@herishare)

    Understood, then I will wait a few days to see, thank you, I will ask you if you have any questions.

    • This reply was modified 1 month, 1 week ago by herishare.
    Plugin Support schmidt25

    (@schmidt25)

    You are always welcome 🙂

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