FeedBurner and Google AdSense

All of you know what RSS is and why feeds should go through FeedBurner. Most of you also heard that Google has aquired FeedBurner so you shouldn’t be scared when FeedBurner will ask for your Google account details.

Anyways, I’ve been using FeedBurner for quite some time now and I definately don’t regret it. Some writers don’t like posting full articles to FeedBurner for many reasons. One of them is that authors aren’t getting any benefits from visitors reading their posts through RSS by-passing the adverts on their blogs. So here’s where AdSense comes in. You see, people don’t mind context-ads such as AdSense as long as they are relevant and some might be pretty helpful.

Getting an AdSense block into your feeds became very simple. All you need to do is link your FeedBurner account with a Google AdSense account (pick the ‘Monetize’ section in your FeedBurner profile). Afterwards just pick a channel, customize your advert and save. All feed entries will be posted with your lovely AdSense block ;)

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Konstantin Kovshenin

WordPress Core Contributor, ex-Automattician, public speaker and consultant, enjoying life in Moscow. I blog about tech, WordPress and DevOps.