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    App-ads.txt for Personal Websitebuilder plan

    How can I put App-ads.txt on the root of my website? 

    In this topic: https://uk.godaddy.com/community/GoCentral-Website-Builder/Adsense-app-ads-txt/m-p/144877/highlight/... it is mentioned that the option is added in the adsense code settings. Adsense however is not available for Personal plan. 

    Do I need to upgrade to business plan in order to have this file on my website? 

     

    Thanks

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    Re: App-ads.txt for Personal Websitebuilder plan

    The plans are based around intended use.  The Personal plan has all the core features to build a basic website, higher plans have additional features businesses may need.  If this file wouldn't provide a benefit for you it may not be worth worrying about.

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    Re: App-ads.txt for Personal Websitebuilder plan

    Yes, you would need a Business, Business+ or Online Store plan as business features are not available on Personal plans.

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    Re: App-ads.txt for Personal Websitebuilder plan

    I would need to pay double only to have this file? And it's required by a third-party, which even doesn't have any benefit for me. 

    Guess the only solution is to cancel my account then, and search another better alternative. 

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    Super User I
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    Re: App-ads.txt for Personal Websitebuilder plan

    The plans are based around intended use.  The Personal plan has all the core features to build a basic website, higher plans have additional features businesses may need.  If this file wouldn't provide a benefit for you it may not be worth worrying about.

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