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Feedburner adsense click high, is this OK

Discussion in 'AdSense' started by Uchenna Iheagwu, May 31, 2011.

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    Please people, one of my friend is encoutering this problem. I looked at his adsense earning and he discovered that clicks on adsense on feedburner is paying high, almost 1euro perclick.

    19 clicks gave 17.88 euro with 24746 ad impression from adsense 4 feeds. while adsense for content gave 0.48 with 6 clicks and impression of 1401.

    Yesterday was

    72,597 ad impression 56clicks and earnings €44.94 from feedburner.

    He has addshield, clickaider and asrep installed on server to block invalid click activity. Please is this natural and ok or on the high rate.
     
    Uchenna Iheagwu, May 31, 2011 IP
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    Uchenna Iheagwu Peon

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    I FOUND THIS ON THE OFFICIAL SITE OF ADSENSE FOR FEEDS http://adsenseforfeeds.blogspot.com/

    AdSense policy clarification on using AdSense for feeds and AdSense for content
    Monday, November 9, 2009 | 8:05 AM

    Labels: Policy Issues

    This is just a quick clarification on AdSense for feeds as it relates to the AdSense for Content specific policy of only allowing three ad units and three link units per page.



    Many publishers have asked the question "Since feed items often get displayed with many feed items on a single web page, can using AdSense for feeds jeopardize the status of my AdSense account?"


    The answer is no. Having three ad units per page is a product specific policy for AdSense for content. Product specific policies can be read about here.


    In essence, the variable ways in which feed items are displayed are controlled and optimized automatically by the AdSense for feeds application and the choices you make as a publisher in your AdSense account when configuring your AdSense for feeds ad units. This means we may automatically suppress ad impressions when we detect there are too many feed ad units being displayed, resize ads based on the size and length of your content, and adjust the ads that are displayed based on the device in which the feed is being read.



    Posted by Steve Olechowski - Product Manager, AdSense for feeds

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    Nate said...
    So does this mean that setting ads to display in every post in my RSS feed will cause my ad impressions to be suppressed? This still isn't very clear on the guidelines for what is an acceptable number of ads to include in a feed.

    February 23, 2010 8:48 PM


    Steve said...
    @sofduitmedia - you would have to use the feed transfer functionality to move them to the address of your AdSense account

    @Nate - setting to every post in your RSS feed is totally fine and will have no ill consequences by itself

    February 24, 2010 6:54 AM



    IF YOU HAVE 100K SUBSCRIBERS AND POST 10 TOPICS WITH AD FOR FEED SET TO DISPLAY PER POST, A PAGE VIEW WILL BE 100K MULTIPLY 10 AD IMP ASSUMING FROM ALL SUBCRIBERS WHICH WILL BE 1MILLION IMP. IS THIS TRUE
     
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    Uchenna Iheagwu Peon

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    AdSense policy clarification on using AdSense for feeds and AdSense for content
    Monday, November 9, 2009 | 8:05 AM

    Labels: Policy Issues

    This is just a quick clarification on AdSense for feeds as it relates to the AdSense for Content specific policy of only allowing three ad units and three link units per page.



    Many publishers have asked the question "Since feed items often get displayed with many feed items on a single web page, can using AdSense for feeds jeopardize the status of my AdSense account?"


    The answer is no. Having three ad units per page is a product specific policy for AdSense for content. Product specific policies can be read about here.


    In essence, the variable ways in which feed items are displayed are controlled and optimized automatically by the AdSense for feeds application and the choices you make as a publisher in your AdSense account when configuring your AdSense for feeds ad units. This means we may automatically suppress ad impressions when we detect there are too many feed ad units being displayed, resize ads based on the size and length of your content, and adjust the ads that are displayed based on the device in which the feed is being read.



    Posted by Steve Olechowski - Product Manager, AdSense for feeds
     
    Uchenna Iheagwu, May 31, 2011 IP
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    No i use it.
     
    palsman, May 31, 2011 IP