| 11:18 am on Oct 8, 2004 (gmt 0)|
Moreover.com started including ads into their news feeds a couple months ago
| 12:24 pm on Oct 8, 2004 (gmt 0)|
Logical step, the ones with the most substance will win, or specialized for very targeted approaches. Not a big surprise really.
| 10:23 pm on Oct 8, 2004 (gmt 0)|
|really dont want to see ads with my rss |
Gotta pay for all that bandwidth somehow.
| 12:11 am on Oct 9, 2004 (gmt 0)|
RSS usage of our site has gone from nothing a few months ago to 20% of our users. My Yahoo has taken RSS mainstream. It's built into Firefox, and there have been millions of downloads of Feeddemon, Newsgator and other client RSS readers, as well as web-based ones like Bloglines.
There was a poll at Gnomedex of how many used RSS; about 90% of the hands went up. I repeated the poll at my Web 2.0 talk, it was the same. This was interesting because between the two conferences you've got everyone from IT directors at Land-O-Lakes to VCs, journalists and marketing VPs. Still a tech-savvy crowd but combined with crowd-pleasing apps like My MSN folks will be using RSS and not even know it.
| 5:13 pm on Oct 9, 2004 (gmt 0)|
How are the ads going to be displayed?
| 9:41 am on Oct 11, 2004 (gmt 0)|
> How are the ads going to be displayed?
On top of the results in the ATOM/RSS file. Somewhat like this (may change as to when this was posted):
|1 of 16 (Published: Thu, 07 Oct 2004 17:25:04 EDT) |
Title: ADV: Best Blogs Readers' Choice Awards Voting
Cast your ballot at washingtonpost.com through Oct. 15
Vote for the best political and election voices in 10 categories
A good prototype invented by Feedster, although I'm sure they regret not patenting it! ;)
| 6:54 pm on Oct 12, 2004 (gmt 0)|
Wouldn't that be extremely simple to filter for a developer of RSS readers?