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I might be daft, but I have really never fully understood the concept of RSS feeds. At least not if you put the whole content of a page into the feed.
I want the visitors to come to my site, much more than I feel the need to share my content. And that's the reason I have been putting off RSS feeds for all my sites.
But, to answer your question, if AdSense came up with a way to fully implement I would definitely reconsider my descition about RSS feeds. Can't see how that could be done though, with all the various ways there are to read and use feeds...
Full content rss is nice and I like reading everything in the rss reader, but if I was running a for profit page I would provide just enough content in the rss feed to bring them to my site. I wouldn't consider the rss ad model, because CTR is much lower (or so I've heard).
I don't make a lot out of the blog itself, but it's certainly a valuable content asset to the main site where I *do* earn good money!
For example Google wants the number of unique subscribers.
How can I find this out?
I have on each of my subdomains a news page with links to news.rdf containing the rss.
Where are the ads inserted?
Is there an example?