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or put up an alternative ad in its place
I think if I were using an adblocker I may get slightly pi$$ed with your actions
theres alot more people blocking my ads than i thought.
I think if I were using an adblocker I may get slightly pi$$ed with your actions...
"Why try to show ads to an audience who clearly don't want to see them? The logic of doing that is totally mangled."
Just accept that some people do not want ads thrust upon them.
Why try to show ads to an audience who clearly don't want to see them? The logic of doing that is totally mangled.
With Adsense SO SLOW no wonder many surfers are blocking ads. It's nothing to do with ads, it's the massive time delay, and terrible performance, on many sites.
tv has been doing it for decades and it seems to work really really well for them.
"Your Tv has blocked important parts of this channel, please come back later with sound enabled"
My pages display with a gap where the ads will eventually display, when they get around to displaying, doesn't slow down the basic page load itself whatsoever.Yes my pages render their content in very short order as well and then the ads trickle in very slowly, BUT, for all of us the "Onload" event does not trigger until the ads render. Google has made this an important issue!
Many large corporations and government agencies have ad blockers installed on all user workstations.
From what I see on my stats, most of my visitors with adblockers installed are these employees in large corporate or government offices. They probably have no idea an adblocker is even active on their workstation.