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"please whitelist our site from adblock because we need money to be free."
I've also gradually moved towards heavy client-side scripting and styling, so if anyone's blocking js for example, they're just wasting their time on the sites, and are not the right audience anyway.
The fact is, the people who use adblocker won't click anyway, so it's no real loss.
Trust me though, if AdBlock software ever gets as popular as you think it is, Google will do something about it.
is the data it collects from visitors on your site.
Google also knows that if they issue a statement after having made changes to bypass adblockers that the ad blocking community will devise methods to block them again.
I case you didn't read my first post, 60% of my brick and mortar customers block AdSense.
especially with my kind of users
How do you know there are that many? And of how many visitors daily? I would estimate that less than 10% of the internet is using ad block plugins, and coming close to 10% is being generous.