Google has decided to shut down the AdSense for Feeds officially on December 2nd, 2012. As of October 2nd, 2012, AdSense users no longer have the option to use AdSense for Feeds. This has been explained completely on their official page located here.
A few days ago, I began using AdSense on my other blog again after I found out that I accidentally removed it. I was curious as to why I wasn't able to use the radio button that said "Insert ads in feeds" for either of my blogs. Blogger, which is owned by Google and the host of this blog, allows us users to add ads to our blogs to create revenue. I joined Google AdSense a few years ago and began using it when I found out that I could use it on my Blogger blogs.
Does this affect your blog's revenue by much?
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