As of now, i'm only activated for the google adsense for content, but there are more others for activation, like adsense for feeds, for moblile content, for search but Im quite confused how to get them activated...
1. Go to your AdSense account, login.
2. Open the AdSense for Feeds page.
3. At the bottom of your Google AdSense for Feeds set up, it will show you "Burn new feed". Click that link and copy/paste the RSS URL into it.
4. After you add the feed, make the feed targetable.
You can create multiple RSS Feeds in Google for Twitter, Facebook Social RSS, Blogger RSS, Wordpress RSS locations for specific subscribers.
For mobile, it is a programmers nightmare, so unless you have a mobile website, you are better off not using it.
For search, it is easy to copy/paste the code into your Blogger or WordPress site(s). For your own website, you might prefer to build your own search code from your database and include the Google ad codes when the search results returns. This way it keep your links on top, instead of people leaving your website.
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