Your AdSense "Earnings at risk" | fix your ads.txt to solve this issue

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publishers' earnings are at risk ads.txt | Google AdSense Warning

    Google AdSense earnings are at risk? Don't forget to complete the following method after successfully obtaining adsense approval. Google AdSense started to show warnings to every new publisher " AdSense Earnings at risk". Every new adsense approved site will see this warning for a simple but very complicated reason.

    However, you will see this warning until you complete the following steps and solve this action.

    This problem mostly appears on newly AdSense approved websites, I don’t know much about YouTube, however, this kind of problem will never appear on your YouTube channel. So for your website's issue, I'll also show you the steps you'll need to follow in order to solve this issue and save your Earnings.

    Disadvantage of "Earnings at risk" ads.txt issue

    This is an issue that can slow down your earnings or your site may have to face some revenue problems. However, if you don't fix this issue sooner or later ads may stop appearing on your site. Or you might even have to lose your monetization.  

    Google Adsense Warning "Earnings are at risk"

    If you see this problem on your site, then it is simply because of your site's ads.txt file. Then again, What's the solution to this issue?  

    Read more: "How to delete Disapproved adsense account"


    1. Sign in to your AdSense account.

    2. You'll see an alert on your homepage,

    3. click on Fix now, Otherwise, click Sites.

    Click the Down arrow ‌‌🔻 and open the "Create an ads.txt file for..." message.

    4. Download ads.txt file from your adsense account 

    5. Now Copy all the texts given in the ads.txt file.

    6. Paste or upload your ads.txt file to the root directory of your site.

    To check your sites ads.txt file go to chrome browser or any other browser you use and type your sites url with "ads.txt" at the end of the url and after '/' slash.

    Your site's url will look like this :-

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