Use your RSS feeds to get traffic for your AdSense ads. Although you won’t get a very high rise in traffic, but still you can get some. Place your ads below your feed items to get a higher CTR and earnings. While using RSS for ads, you don’t have much control. You can only place one ad unit. People often develop “banner blindness” because of these feeds.
What is RSS:
The full form of RSS is Really Simple Syndication. This is a great traffic generating tool. It gets its name because with RSS makes it really simple to syndicate your blog content all over the internet and that too for free. Many bloggers overlook this feature because they don’t understand the meaning of RSS.
In here, I will not explain you the working of RSS but will provide you just enough information on how to put RSS feed on your blog/website. RSS is becoming increasingly popular because it is simple and free. With this you can send your content to your subscribers.
RSS is just like another web address for your blog that provide readers to read your blog.
How it works:
In simple language, it is a feature of a website where your blog followers subscribe to your RSS feed. Now each time you a post a blog in your site, it will be displayed to the subscribers.
There is an option for subscribers in which they can choose that whether they would like to get an email notification or they would like to view content in Feed Reader tool.
There is also an option for bloggers in which they can either display their whole content or they would like to display a summary whose version can be read later in the site.
There are a lot of programs that can make RSS feed simpler. One of them is FeedBurner.com which has some astounding features which includes e-mail notifications to readers, track of subscriber counts and stats as well as many other handy features.
You can place AdSense ads in your RSS feeds and earn money. It is an effective way to increase your blog traffic.
How to put RSS feed button on blog:
Google’s FeedBurner is widely used by almost all the bloggers for RSS feed. A RSS feeder logo is called as chicklet in FeedBurner. These are the following steps on how to put RSS feed button on your blog.
- Log in to your FeedBurner account.
- Click on the name of the feed you want to provide a subscription tool for.
- Select the Publicize tab.
- Choose the Chicklet Chooser option, from the left navigation bar.
- Choose one of the options from the feed subscription buttons shown: default one is standard RSS radar size button.
- Scroll to the bottom of the screen and then copy and paste your required blog in your template.
You can also use other feed services, in which you have to simply copy and paste the code in your blog.
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