Wondering if anyone has any percentage of content v ad servicing via third parties to share.
Looking for the actual footprint my site(s) send to the average user to see what they see (and pay for with their ISP subscriptions, etc)
To this end I set up some logging on a FF cache on various machines and phones and did some numbers and was a bit surprised that at times the ads were 20 to 70%! of the total content transmitted! (These sites use adsense)
I would be very interested in what others see in this regard.
Advertising has always been an "add on" to any site, it is NOT content, never has been. I'm also not happy that I can't TRULY control the advertising which appears, regardless of how I configure my account. I can't vet the stuff until it appears, ie., which I say I will accept is not honored by the servicing company. And with this experiment re: site size, I have no doubt that ad blockers might become universal, if nowhere else than the mobile market where every gigabyte is cash out to the user.
Has anyone looked at these ad v content metrics?