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Google AdSense for RSS running at Weblogs, Inc.

Jason writes that they have been accepted into the testing program of Google Adsense ads in RSS feeds. Lucky things!

I’m not bitter though after my own rejection – sniff sniff. Well not too bitter.

thanks to Mike for the tip

Update: in spotting some of their ads in their Engadget feed I’m wondering about the relevancy of the ads – all I see to see is ads for filling in surveys (below) which don’t seem to have anything to do with the content. Perhaps Google has a few bugs to weed out still.

Surveys

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Comments

  1. Nicole Simon says:

    Hm, then again, from here the win is not reachable – perhaps too much traffic with those ads? ;)

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