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Topic # 24667 30-Jul-2008 13:35
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Is the ad shown above inserted by Feedreader or by my Google Reader?

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  Reply # 152695 30-Jul-2008 14:28
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Which feed are you subscribing too?

I get no adds when I look at the feeds i subscribe too. I use thunderbird as my reader.

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  Reply # 152726 30-Jul-2008 16:17
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nate:

Is the ad shown above inserted by Feedreader or by my Google Reader?

It's inserted by Reader alright. Use something like Adblock Plus on Firefox.




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  Reply # 152732 30-Jul-2008 16:31
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The feed ads were always there. Due to the transition from the Feedburner platform to Google these were "invisible" for a while.





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  Reply # 152735 30-Jul-2008 16:34
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freitasm: The feed ads were always there. Due to the transition from the Feedburner platform to Google these were "invisible" for a while.

They don't show up on my RSS reader... and it uses IE on my computer (which doesn't have any ad blocking utilities)




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  Reply # 152738 30-Jul-2008 16:38
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They are not seen in 100% of the feeds all the time. Google decides what and when. Good luck!






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  Reply # 152865 31-Jul-2008 00:41
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What google service are you using to distribute your feeds?  I like the thought of feedburner as it's gives a nice report on usage...

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  Reply # 152941 31-Jul-2008 11:19
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It is still FeedBurner (a Google company) but they are slowly moving users from their old platform (www.feedburner.com) to the new one (feedburner.google.com).

There's a bigger integration with Google accounts now, plus integration with AdSense and AdManager.





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  Reply # 152969 31-Jul-2008 12:07
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Thanks,  Is it still in trial as when I try to login with my google account I get "Invalid request."

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