So what is ads.txt?
Ads.txt is an IAB-approved text file that aims to prevent unauthorized inventory sales.
How does it work?
Publishers drop a text file on their web servers that lists all of the companies that are authorized to sell the publishers’ inventory. Similarly, programmatic platforms also integrate ads.txt files to confirm which publishers’ inventory they are authorized to sell. This allows buyers to check the validity of the inventory they purchase.
If you want Brid marketplace demand to appear on your site, you need to have the appropriate ads.txt entries in your ads.txt file located at the root of your domain - https://www.example.com/ads.txt
The following ads.txt entries are needed in order for us to provide ads for your account:
google.com, pub-4090704406626496, RESELLER, f08c47fec0942fa0
aol.com, 23381, RESELLER, e1a5b5b6e3255540
advertising.com, 23381, RESELLER, e1a5b5b6e3255540
adtech.com, 23381, RESELLER, e1a5b5b6e3255540
yahoo.com, 23381, RESELLER, e1a5b5b6e3255540
rubiconproject.com, 22860, RESELLER, 0bfd66d529a55807
google.com, pub-4903453974745530, RESELLER, f08c47fec0942fa0
google.com, pub-2930805104418204, RESELLER, f08c47fec0942fa0