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Two More AdSense Opportunities: RSS and Blogs
Adding Google Ads to your RSS feeds
RSS (Really Simple Syndication) has gained huge popularity on the Internet.
RSS is an XML document format that organizes and stores news-like content
from various sources into one source. Think of it like a newswire service, the kind
of stuff that scrolls along the bottom of cable channels. A large percentage of the
“news” items you find on any website that is not a major news portal got there
through an RSS feed.
Google has introduced a specific program known as AdSense for RSS. Although,
it is under beta testing currently (mid 2005), you can join this program now and
start making money with it. RSS offers a variety of interesting content options
that most websites themselves can’t match.
Google AdSense for feeds has its own set of policies. These can be accessed at:
AdSense program, you must follow all guidelines in order to be accepted for the
AdSense for feeds program.
Placing AdSense ads on your Blogs
Blogs are similar to RSS feeds in concept except they usually have one author
rather than an aggregate of sources of the material they contain. Blogs (short for
Web logs) are simple webpages where you can write articles and other content
on a variety of topics, and both the famous and the unknown use these online
diaries to share their thoughts, post pictures, and so on. The public can view this
content and even comment on it in most cases.
Due to the considerable amount – and unlimited range – of content on Blogs, it
may make sense to place AdSense ads on them. In fact, it is much easier to
generate revenue from Blogs as compared to other web pages, at least in theory.
First, blogs are full of content, most of which is original most of the time.
The content may not be “good” from a human reader perspective but it is
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