Google AdSense Team has decided that by December 3, 2012, AdSense for Feeds will be kicked off. I tried to look for their reasons and I found this section, I quote "After carefully evaluating the product, we’ve decided to retire the AdSense for feeds product. The process will happen in two phases and your account will be affected, depending on your usage of the product." For more details and to check if you are one to be affected visit AdSense For Feeds Retirement.
If you are an AdSense Publisher you are at least familiar about AdSense Products. Below are AdSense Products list namely:
- AdSense for content (AFC)
- AdSense for search (AFS)
- AdSense for video (AFV)
- AdSense for games (AFG)
- AdSense for mobile (AFM)
- AdSense for feeds (AFF)
- AdSense for domains (AFD)
Who are the AdSense Publishers?
They are people officially representing companies, organizations and other affiliations who opened a Google AdSense Account and are approved by Google AdSense Team. People who owned websites for their online businesses, blog sites for their online blogging hobbies, web content creators such as writers and contributors of publishing sites that pay with purpose is to earn from ads revenue sharing between writers and hosting publishers from advertisers from around the world.
For the time being that AdSense for Feeds is not yet retiring - you can still maximize to use the product on your websites or blog sites. According to Google AdSense Team, all the revenues that AdSense Publishers earned from AFF until the last day of December 2012 will be paid through the normal way of payment. Just often check your Google AdSense Account.