Really Simple Syndication (RSS) has gained huge popularity on the internet. This an XML document format that organizes and stores news-like content from different places into a single source. It is true, a lot of “news” items you get on a website that are not a major news portal got there through an RSS feed.
Google introduced an Adsense program known as Adsense for RSS. This offers a variety of interesting content options that most websites themselves may not match. However, Google Adsense for RSS has its own set of policies which you must follow if you want to partake in Adsense for RSS. It will help you get accepted in the program and guide you a long the way.
Placing AdSense Ads on your Blogs
Blogs are short for “Web logs” and they are similar to RSS feeds in concept they usually have one author rather than an aggregate of sources of the material they contain. They are simple web pages where you can write articles and other content on variety of topics. Both the famous and the unknown use these online diaries to share their thoughts, post pictures, and so on. The public can view this content and even comment on it in most cases.
Due to the considerable amount – and unlimited range – of content on Blogs, it may make sense to place AdSense ads on them. In fact, it is much easier to generate revenue from Blogs as compared to other web pages, at least in theory.
• First, blogs are full of content, most of which is original most of the time. The content may not be “good” from a human reader perspective but it is
usually “good” according to Google’s scans. Thus, getting approved by Google AdSense may be easier.
• The content presented on the blog, in many cases, is quite diverse which, unlike a website that needs to be “about something” can be excused by the “everything and nothing” nature of most blogs. Consequently, the possibility of Google finding targeted ads that are relevant may increase.
• Google AdSense works only with those websites that are already indexed by Google. Blogs get indexed far more easily than regular webpages. Some blogs get indexed in as few as two to three days of submission. Thus, the chances of getting approved by Google AdSense increases
• Blogs can be created at practically no cost – much cheaper than commercial websites.
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