When you look at a feed you will generally find a page with your sites posts with a short description of each page. In between each description you will have adsense blocks.
As you may guess, from my hubpages, I am quite into rss promotion etc and use it daily and extensively.
I also participated in rss feeds adsense monetisation.
My advice is simply enter into a sound prolonged rss Adsense monetised feed promotion to build backlinks to your site that inevitably will funnel visitors to your pages.
But, to answer your question you cannot go by Feedburner as it is part of the Adsense program.
If anyone is interested I wrote a how to hub to monetise your RSS feeds with Adsense
I haven't tried it because, i think it is possible only for blogs or our own sites. In case of hubpages i have not yet thought.
But will still try it and see if there is any such possiblity.
What I did was burn my feed to FeedBurner and then sign up for Adsense for Feeds through that. Then I used that for publicizing my feed.
Good question. I hadn't considered that before. Like one of the respondents suggests I think I might try it out in Feedburner.
Just signed up to Feedburner, will be worth seeing if it's a useful tool. I have heard good things about it.
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