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JONNO

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  1. @Tenniscraft @AlexFa @Marinaoftheworld Thanks to everyone who replied to my question and for your suggestions. I contacted Squarespace support and requested assistance, but unfortunately the person who replied to me could only say that they will refer the matter to development, but couldn't guarantee that it will be resolved any time soon. I guess he didn't have the authority to promise anything, but there's always hope that the message got through to the right people. I can't see why it can't be implemented as other platforms have done so, and it's a major requirement for anyone looking for a simple way to monetize their blog so really in Squarespace's best interest to solve. Below is the reply I received: Happy to help you with this!We don't currently offer that feature, but I'd be happy to suggest it to our development team. While we can't guarantee implementation of every suggestion, customer feedback is an important part of how we continue to improve our platform, so we appreciate your input.You can keep up-to-date on developments at Squarespace by following our blog here:http://blog.squarespace.comIn addition to the major product features we already post, we’ll also be adding product update summaries that roll up smaller releases, updates, and fixes.If you need any further assistance, or have a question or comment, we'll be happy to help you!Juan U. http://support.squarespace.com I hope others reading this will follow up with support as well so that they can see that more clients are requesting this feature. @PDChappelle has your full URL redirect worked since you tried it, or have you moved on to an alternative?
  2. I'm trying to find a workaround to enable me to add an ads.txt file to the root of a domain in Squarespace. I've searched high and low, but don't seem to be able to find a solution that will work properly. I would appreciate advice from anyone who has found a solution. From what I've read so far, it seems as if it isn't worth running Adsense if you are not able to place the required ads.txt file in the root of your domain. Without this, your revenue would be significantly reduced as many advertisers won't serve ads on sites without it in place.
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