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Very clever and works like a charm. Just need to figure out to redirect the feeds and display the new feed on the blogs.
And yes, I am hoping that it means more revenue, though, there are always those anti-advertisements types who want to soak up my content but do not realize that content is free only because advertising revenue pays employees and keeps the lights on. If they dump my feed, I won't shed a tear.
In the AS pages it says I must use Feedburner. What is that?
At the moment I have an RSS feed which is featured on hundreds of sites around the world.
Should I be using Feedburner for something I do not know about?
[edited by: Visit_Thailand at 4:59 am (utc) on Aug. 16, 2008]
BTW, more than 24 hours, stlll no ads on my feed.
My first 9 hours experience:
No data available
That's for a feed showing about 600 times a day in my access log file.
12 hours later, still no data available.
But at "manage ads" is a link "show statistic"
This link leeds to feedburner stats at Google
So far 96 views of the feed,
181 clicks on items in the feed.
But 0 view and 0 clicks on the ads in the feeds.
Why ? our feed url is mydomain/myfeeds.xml rss etc.
Rest of the sites on internet known us from above url, programmatically this shall be difficult to change the above feed url to feedburner adsense ready urls.
Try google reader [google.com...]
Thanks, I see now ads, but they are by far not so good targeted as on my site.
Around 50% of ads are from the "Find Your love" type, only targeted to Austria, but not to my content.
So is the big question, what does it bring?
Has anybody compares from
AdSense for content, search and feeds?
Has anyone done this yet ? I understand that I will get a new URL for feeds (feedproxy.google.com instead of feeds.feedburner.com); nonetheless, my question is :
Is Google integrated a redirect so that my feed can stil be viewed from the feedburner URL ?