treeline - 9:01 pm on May 21, 2013 (gmt 0)
You weren't going to make much money from some of us running adblock. I think I clicked on a google ad once when they came out to see what happened. It's a lot of years ago. Perhaps you can view it as improving your click thru rate.
So what happens when encountering one of these anti-adblock scripts? With one exception it's always been assume the site is worthless and move to a better one.
The exception was a useful site related to my niche, severely overloaded with ads. They had a tool that processed some frequently updating data.
One day they put up an entertainingly annoying threat blocking persons using adblock. Were going to sue or prosecute or something if you circumvented their ad-block-blocker.
Well, OK, if that's how you feel. It's your site, you get to do what you want.
Since the site was now unusable it needed replacing. Step one, remove all links from my sites. One enjoys the most traffic in the niche, nationally and worldwide. Many manufacturer's concede it is their top source of web traffic. Step two, remove links from the industry trade association. Step three hire a programmer to write a similar tool for my site. Now the info is still available for free, but without all the annoying ads. Turns out this brings even more repeat visitors.
If you have a useful site, some of your adblock users may be valuable to you in ways other than clicking on ads.