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Don't Let Chrome Block Your Ads

Discussion in 'Pay Per View' started by FindMyDIY, Jan 16, 2019.

  1. FindMyDIY

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    Do you use ad networks that are providing you with "anti-adblock" code to display popup or popunder ads to visitors? Displaying ads using this type of code is risking your website to be flagged as abusive by Chrome. If not now, then probably soon.

    What you need to do is show these ads in a way to not get flagged by Chrome. A direct link or affiliate link (CPA offer) will be the best option.

    These will not be blocked by Chrome or other ad blockers.

    Here is a demo of a popunder/tabunder on Chrome.

     
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  3. AdSpyglass

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  4. Graybeard

    Graybeard Well-Known Member affiliate

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    Share your *secret code* (ROFLMAO)
    If a consumer (user) is using an ad-blocker it is subject to that addon's rules.
    True, Adblock does allow paid whitelisting for ads that are conforming to the paid ad network rules.

    • If the ad is blocked you *should* not pay as an ad buyer </end>
    I see a discrepancy in ad networks counts and the count on my servers 10% to 40% <<< is that padding or am I being charged for the blocked ads? Good question: and on my end I will never know.

    I have no alternative other than to compute an actual AD cost as the REAL cost from that data :eek:
     
  5. AdSpyglass

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    Graybeard, you should not pay, but pay anyway. Thats why anti-adblock solution being developed mostly for publishers who don't really want to get 30-40% less. We took back all that % :affiliatefix::D I am talking about popunder ads now.
     
  6. Graybeard

    Graybeard Well-Known Member affiliate

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    All I know is the count of the users that reach my servers that have very high availability.
    All the rest means nothing to me.
    That is what I am paying for whether is is CPM or CPC.
    ex;
    $2/90% =$2.222/CPM

    that includes all the 200,302,403,444,499 traffic

    In a larger outlook -- are people that block intrusive ads a market you want to reach anyway? That said, there are other ways to reach out to those people -- just not with ad network traffic ... in a non offensive way ...

    People buy from their *friends* usually ;)
     
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  7. AdSpyglass

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    We don't run any agressive or intrusive ads, and don not allow adnetworks send users to such landings. Adblock users are not our main reach target, publisher makes decision to use Anti-adblock or not ;) I am just trying to tell that it works, pretty well.

    *People buy from their *friends* usually* sounds nice ;)
     
  8. Graybeard

    Graybeard Well-Known Member affiliate

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    My point is to what end? more traffic to sell ...
    Google PPC is outrageously priced but in general is better to optimal quality ...
    I think most people with adblocker will just get pissed off and close the window. At worst blacklist that domain in their adblock. So tell me who wins? The publishers and the guy peddling that traffic that will not convert ;)
     
  9. FireAds

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    You can whitelist yourself in AdBlock but more and more people download uBlock. There will always be something new for those who want to block ads.

    Even though I am in this field for years, I still think it's all aggressive advertisers fault with those crazy full-screen, noisy ads everywhere, with "running away close button". It was not only with weird porn ads, I remember very well ads of big American car manufacturer who did exactly the same.

    People got angry and found a solution, now it's a price we must pay for our "friends" faults.

    As for "anti-adblock" solution in general, I can say for myself, when I am off-hours, I usually turn on Adblock and just roam Internet with it turned on. If i see any "problem", I just leave the website, I've never turned it off.
     
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  10. Graybeard

    Graybeard Well-Known Member affiliate

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    That's just it in a nutshell ;)
     
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  11. AdSpyglass

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    Never use adblock myself btw, couse want to observe market trends, LPs, etc.:cool::affiliatefix:
     
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