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Feedburner enable Adsense Ads in RSS Feeds

Posted By Darren Rowse 26th of May 2005 Adsense 6

Feedburner have just announced that they can add Adsense RSS ads to their publishers feeds if those publishers are already approved by Adsense.

I’m testing Adsense ads on one or two of my feeds (or will be when they start appearing) but you won’t see them on ProBlogger.net at this point because it is a WordPress Blog which is not supported by Adsense for feeds yet.

About Darren Rowse
Darren Rowse is the founder and editor of ProBlogger Blog Tips and Digital Photography School. Learn more about him here and connect with him on Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and LinkedIn.
Comments
  1. Feeburner enable Adsense Ads in RSS Feeds

    Problogger has discovered that Feedburner now can include Adsense ads
    in their feeds.  I’m going to give it a go – I’m already getting
    more than enough from Adsense to …

  2. I wonder why they only support MovableType and Blogger. Is it because the ad settings page can only generate code that uses the tags for those blogs, or some other technical reason?
    If it is the former then using Feedburner would allow you to add ads to any feed. It looks like Feedburner is taking the permalink, date, etc, from the feed elements and embedding it in the adsense code.

  3. […] s to your RSS/Atom feeds. Of course, you need to be approved by the Adsense program first. ProBlogger pointed me to the official announcement. Thi […]

  4. If the support for this is coming through FeedBurner, it seems like they should be able to handle WordPress blogs.

    fivecentnickel.com

  5. It does work for WordPress blogs. I’m just wondering if Google will come and say “This is not a supported CMS, no Ads for you!”

  6. how quickly things change in 2 days :-)

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