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Wednesday, August 25, 2004

So the fellows at google are also bringing money into blogging. This technique uses the adsense system, familiar to gmail users, where a machine scans the text and creates relevant ads based on matching. Not to bite the hand that feeds me, but I think the blogversations system is far better for protecting the interests of the blogger and the blogosphere. Before I comment on this, I'd like to see if there are any comments from our readers regarding the differences and their relation to the blogosphere. Comment away...

-- dhd // 9:21 PM // 1 comments


You're right. The Haughey example the Blogger folks give would be much more suited to blogversations. But then again this is just Google extracting its revenue stream from Blogger, no surprises as to the method. For the individual blogger, it is the option with minimum effort and correspondingly small return. Clearly there is room for both AdSense and blogversations, they occupy different segments of the market. -- Love your blog! -- Daniel
// Anonymous Anonymous // 12:46 AM

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