This is because Adsterra automatically approves any publisher so long as you have a website that is accessible by their bot.
Adsterra can verify your website in a couple of ways which include: Adding a code in-between the <head> tags and uploading a txt file or even adding a DNS Record as the case may be.
But either way, in this article, I’ll run you tharough the steps you need to take to add Adsterra to Blogger to verify your website.
How to Verify Blogger Website on Adsterra
Login to your Blogspot Account
Select the site you want to verify (especially if you have multiple Blogger Sites)
Edit your Theme’s HTML file
Find the Head Tag in the HTML Code
Enter your Adsterra Verification Code
Save the File and the Verification Code is Live
Login to Adsterra
It should take a few seconds for the Verification Code to be found and you should be able to create ad codes and start earning money from Adsterra as soon as possible.
If you’re using a Caching or CDN Software like Cloudflare, make sure you clear your Website’s Cache before heading back to your Adsterra Dashboard.
However, I noticed that Adsterra is rolling out a new update and Publishers sites will not need the HTML verification. They now want to be reviewing each site but don’t worry it’s just to take a look at your site, there’s no requirements yet.
That being settled, you should take a look at some of the Adsterra Articles that I’ve written especially for you:
- Ezoic vs Adsterra: Which is Best for New Publishers
- How much does Adsterra pay publishers per Click?
- The Best Ad Networks for Small Publishers
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