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5 ways to monetize your RSS Feed

Post by popeye on Sun Feb 21, 2010 11:50 am

RSS Feeds are one of the most important part of any blog, website or portal that has an ever growing content and as people tend to forget about a particular blog no matter how much they liked its content after they visited you from searching a 100 sites on the net. Now the point is that you can subscribe via emails to these RSS feeds to get the latest content delivered to you whenever it is posted. No new content, No new mail. This way both bloggers and readers are benefited.

Now why would one want to monetize their RSS Feeds, won't it be like all those pop up and pop under ads that we all hate and the answer is No, infact they are a powerful internet marketing tool that’s taken on several variants.

But, in a way it leads to keep visitors away from your website, as whatever they want they get if via RSS.This limits your traffic and monetization potential and we know how carefully you put all those contextual ads alongside your content. But if we think on a larger scale - This visitor that probably visited your site for the first and last time, now he is in some way connected to your site and in the future there are many possibilities of him visiting your site and even become a regular visitor or registered member.

Now the Question is when should you monetize your RSS Feeds and the answer is quite simple. When ever you want, though there are some companies that want you to have a certain minimum number to subscribers before you apply to have their ads shown and there are some which are through invites only.

Let's take a look :

1.Bidvertiser Feed ads

You can get started in minutes and have bidvertiser feed ads shown in minutes from now.
REGISTER

And the minimum payout is 10$ which you get after 30 days of earning it.



Type of ad: Text and Banner | Rates: CPC
Eligibility Criteria: A working site or blog.


2. Google Adsense

Google's AdSense for Feeds offers contextually targeted advertisements, with a wide selection of advertisers. Google chooses not to divulge the percentage of revenue that is shared with the publisher, so it is difficult if not impossible to predict monthly revenue. The current Google AdSense system for feeds is tied to blogs and does not appear to be overly flexible.



Type of Ads: Text Ads, Banners | Rates: CPM , CPC


3. Pheedo

Pheedo FeedPowered advertising platform converts your RSS feeds into rich, dynamically updating advertising that engages your audience…Pheedo retrieves your RSS feed several times an hour and updates your FeedPowered advertisements with any newly published items.
You can use Pheedo with google adesnse.Pheedo's system allows for advanced ad filtering, giving publishers control over keyword ad filtering, specific ad filtering or url filtering. Pheedo's system also allows publishers to sell ads to existing advertisers whom they already have a relationship. The revenue split is 50% and feeds can be a sponsored flat rate advertisement or a pay-per-click advertisement, where the publisher is only paid if the advertisement is clicked.



Type of Ads: Text ads and Banners | Rates: CPC


4. Kanoodle

Advertisements are served based on topics, not to keywords. Kanoodle shares 50% of the revenue generated.



Type of Ads: Contextual Text links. | Rates: CPC


5. MediaFed

Our ad placement system automatically inserts adverts into your feeds in one of two ways: Adverts are inserted every x articles where you control the value of x. Or by matching keywords to your article contents to target relevant advertising.



Type of Ads: Banners | Rates: Unknown
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Re: 5 ways to monetize your RSS Feed

Post by burst on Sat Mar 06, 2010 8:06 am

Thanks for the suggestions and I think if you are getting enough clicks then bidvertiser is the best option, you can get upto 5$ per click, I am only offered 2.50$ as the highest bid for my web RSS feeds though.

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