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WordPress 2.7 Cookbook by Jean-Baptiste Jung

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Inserting ads in your RSS feeds

When monetizing a blog, RSS feeds are definitely something to consider due to their current popularity. If you're using Feedburner, Google allows you to insert Adsense ads on your feed items if you have more than 500 RSS readers.

I see two bad points here—the first is obvious, if a blog is too young, or too small, and has less than 500 RSS readers, the blog owner simply cannot display any Adsense in his feed. The second bad point is that this system allows you to display only Adsense ads and not any other kind of ads such as affiliate marketing banners or direct sales ads.

Inserting ads in your RSS feeds

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