I've been getting the error message "Earnings at risk - One or more of your sites does not have an ads.txt file. Fix this now to avoid severe impact to your revenue." on my Google AdSense report. When I click on Learn More, it takes me to an explanatory page with a link to get a list of affected sites. My own website and three of the niche sites (Dengarden, Holidappy and Delishably) as well as HubPages itself are listed.
Is HubPages aware of this? Do I need to take any action?
Please someone address this. My earnings on Google Adsense earnings have nearly completely stalled and I don't know what to do.
https://support.google.com/admanager/an … 1288?hl=en
"Use of ads.txt is not mandatory, but is highly recommended. It can help protect your brand from counterfeit inventory that’s intentionally mislabelled as originating from a specific domain, app, or video."
Dunno why your message says earning are at risk.
I've had this happen on another (not HubPages-related) website which allowed us to use Adsense. I get the same error and no ads show up. All my main domains are fine.
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by adhilde 5 months ago
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