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YPN testing RSS Ads

Posted By Darren Rowse 5th of October 2005 RSS, Yahoo Publishing Network 4

Looks like Yahoo’s Publisher Network is widening their beta test to RSS ads if the RSS feed of our friend Jen is any indication.

Ypn-Rss

Still patiently waiting for them to widen their test to non US testers….

Is anyone out there actually earning anything significant from RSS advertising? I have to say that my own experiments with the medium have had very INsignificant results.

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Comments
  1. You’re fast ;)

  2. Is anyone else amused by the topic in the post you chose? Coincidence?

  3. I received a check from Kanoodle last month and it was totally unexpected since I didn’t think they would perform for RSS Ads. It actually did comparable to Adsense for me however, it’s dropped lately too because the ads are becoming less accurate. That is probably the problem I noticed the time when I earned those clicks was for a highly relevant ad (of course)

  4. Hi

    I have two sites, both with RSS feeds.

    My own reasons for providing RSS feeds for my site are more to do with developing relationships rather than generating cash, my business does that well enough for me :)

    On my interweb travels, I came across one of the best pages I’ve found in respect of explaining how RSS works for your average untechie oriented bod like me…

    http://rss.sitesell.com/bigmix.html

    Cheers

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