Bidvertiser WordPress Plugin and FeedBurner Solution

Earlier this month Bidvertiser added RSS advertising into their lineup of services and gave Bidvertiser publishers and advertisers another monetizing option. With the success of this new ad avenue, Bidvertiser announced today that they have added a WordPress plugin and FeedBurner solution that will help bloggers keep their current feed address if they choose to run Bidvertiser ads on their feeds.

  • WordPress Plugin to allow you to seamlessly embed the BidVertiser Ads in your feeds.
  • Solution for FeedBurner that allows you to embed the BidVertiser Ads in your current FeedBurner address
  • Solution for Blogger that allows you to embed the BidVertiser Ads in the footer of each of your post feeds.

Worried that your FeedBurner subscriber count would be affected? Don’t be because solution #2 will keep your subscriber count in tact. If you have registered your feed and would like to add any one of these features, you can access them via the Bidvertiser control panel under the Get Feed Widget button.

Right now, I prefer not to use RSS advertising here on JaypeeOnline because I want my subscribers to have clean access to my posts with no distractions or advertisements that could bother them. RSS advertising is another option for bloggers who look to monetize their blogs and maximize all opportunities. I’m sure many bloggers will benefit from this service.

For the bloggers, would you consider installing/using something like the Bidvertiser WordPress plugin? To the readers, are you distracted or bothered by ads on RSS feeds? For bloggers, would you consider using RSS advertising? Why or why not? Please share your thoughts by leaving a comment below.

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  1. I don't have a lot of feed subscribers so I think rss advertising is not the best option for me… maybe when my subscribers reach 500, which is nearly impossible. lol.

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