Wednesday, August 10, 2005

AdSense for Feeds (AFF)

One of the reasons that I probabbly haven't gotten hardly any AdSense revenue from my blogs (as compared to my comparable web sites) is that so many people are accessing blogs as web feeds in aggregators.  My posts tend to be quite short, so there is usually no reason to click through to see the actual blog permalink web page where the Google Adsense ads are be displayed.

Google's new AdSense for Feeds (AFF) feature is designed to "fix" that problem, but in was only available to people with at least 100 subscriptions back when I was mucking around with this stuff, and it didn't appear to have any documented interface for Blogger blogs, anyway.  Granted, the rules may have changed, and maybe I could figure out how to cause ads to be pushed out on a Blogger Atom web feed, but I've been too busy for the past two months to invest that kind of additional effort.  Why Google hasn't worked with their own Blogger people to put in a simple check box to enable AdSense ads on both blogs and web feeds is beyond my comprehension.

-- Jack Krupansky

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