RSS Directory

I just happen to saw this picture while surfing the net.. so i decided to post about RSS stuff again.


I’ve been reading some blogs and articles, everywhere is talking about RSS RSS RSS… This month, John Chow and ShoeMoney is having a RSS competition.

Actually RSS is first introduced in late 1990s, it is just becoming more mainstream recently. Probably due to more and more end-users being educated what RSS is and learnt about the advantages of subscribing to RSS feed.

Why User Love RSS Subscription

What i guess is probably due to the current state of email newsletter spam. Once a reader learn about the concept of RSS, they will most likely ditch the email newsletter route and fall in love with those sites providing rss feed especially full rss feed. The more they use, the more they want to use. They can easily control the subscription, which RSS news to subscribe / unsubscribe. They dont have to worry about the “unable to unsubscribe” problem with email mailing list.

RSS Advertising

In the past, RSS feeds typically free of ads. With new specialize advertising network focusing on RSS Advertising, webmasters have more avenues to earn revenue. The following is a brief list of advertising networks that provide you a way to earn revenue from your RSS Feed.

Google AdSense For Feeds – Beta, CPC

Yahoo! Publisher Network – CPC

Kanoodle for Feeds – CPC

Pheedo – CPC

MediaFed RSS Publisher

Text Link Ads Feedvertising – Flat Rate

FeedBurner Ads For Feeds – By Invitation, CPM

FeedShow – Revenue Share Using Google Adsense, CPC

Q-Ads For Feeds – CPC

ThankYouPages – CPM, CPC

Category: Ad Network , Internet Marketing
Article posted by: Neon on October 15th, 2007

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Comment by Ruchir
Oct 16 2007 at 10:00 am

Thanks for listing the services at the bottom. Didn’t know many of them. I’d be really grateful if you could post more services in a future post.

By the way, have you used any one of them? If so, which one?

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Comment by Neon
Oct 16 2007 at 1:46 pm

Hi Ruchir, I havent try to use any rss ad network in my sites that provide rss yet, so it is hard for me to provide any review :)

Oct 28 2007 at 10:30 am

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