1. Belinux

    Belinux Well-Known Member

    Dec 5, 2011
    719
    Blocking The Right Ads :emoji_mega:
    The adblock like feature won’t just block every ad it sees on a website like third party extensions do – it’ll only focus on the obnoxious and intrusive ones while letting the websites show relevant, viewer friendly ads only.

    It will, however, block all ads on a website if it detects even a single ad which does not comply with the standards of the Coalition for Better Ads – even if the rest of the ads do meet the required standards.

    Google has warned and worked with websites to make sure they comply with and understand the standards and regulations of the Coalition so they can heed the warning in time to maintain their ad revenues.

    Ad Revenue Saved? :emoji_currency_exchange:
    For many businesses, ad revenue is the key factor for the business’ profits and it gets cut off if the consumers decide to use ad block extensions. If the ads are more relevant and unobtrusive, the consumers wont need to resort to such an extreme measure.

    That’s exactly what Google hopes to achieve with their upcoming Chrome built-in adblocker. But here on WJ most of the user are related to Pop-Ads so here discussion Begins what will be the Future of Pop-ads or any streaming Host which works under ads.

    Whats in your Mind about this? :emoji_nerd:
    Tell us......
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  2. sethne

    sethne Active Member

    Sep 20, 2016
    43
    Yap, the Apocalypse now has a date.
     
  3. Michael Dance

    Michael Dance Active Member

    Dec 15, 2017
    39
    I'd like to know what they class as a good advert and how will they know what is an advert and what is a picture.
     
  4. Belinux

    Belinux Well-Known Member

    Dec 5, 2011
    719
    most probably as i have read on other SEO forums, Ads would be shown on site content credibility and traffic authenticity. Google Bot/spider will play a major role for that in this regard.
     
  5. Anonymusx

    Anonymusx Well-Known Member

    Mar 20, 2013
    645
  6. barbosa

    barbosa Well-Known Member

    Sep 20, 2016
    45
    They will block the ads that the coalition for better ads decided are intrusive, you can see the list on their website.
     
  7. mervinlasting

    mervinlasting Well-Known Member

    Sep 16, 2017
    128
    This industry should find a new kind of paywall systems to make money. Rather than using ads...
     
  8. Belinux

    Belinux Well-Known Member

    Dec 5, 2011
    719
    does this Chrome impact has effected anyone yet??? Any Update
     
  9. Krunal

    Krunal Member

    Jan 31, 2018
    10
    Chrome will start blocking ads from February 15
     
  10. lebar.123

    lebar.123 Well-Known Member

    Oct 17, 2017
    172
    But I know that they will block only annoying internet ads, not all.
     
  11. Belinux

    Belinux Well-Known Member

    Dec 5, 2011
    719
    @Krunal Lets see its 15th Today and what reviews comes by other users
    @lebar.123 Please let us know if it effects you by any mean ;)
     
  12. akamai

    akamai Member

    Apr 24, 2018
    9
    Hello,
    I think I am late but chrome just started blocking ads on my sites like literally every ad. I logged into the webmaster tools & saw that my site has been flagged for abusive ad experience for users :/. So.. I had to disable every pop ad. :(
    info: I was using popads. net & adsterra which was main source of site revenue. site was making like 18$ per day.. now its back to 2.5-3$/day because chrome would only allow shitty exoclick banners & push notifications.
    I wonder if anyone is experiencing same situation as myself.

    -Akz
     
  13. Belinux

    Belinux Well-Known Member

    Dec 5, 2011
    719
  14. Mor_Dooo

    Mor_Dooo New Member

    Dec 11, 2018
    4
    Google announced in 2018 they will block website who used ads on chrome if your site contains abusive experiences that need to be corrected or removed - such as various pop ads advertisement and download banners.
    Ad-Maven started to develop a new product “native ads” already 18 months ago which is a google compliant ad model with great performance and rates - it is 100% safe demand since it uses native ads, with Google policy approval, Products like the Native Push and Push in-page have already been released and generating high additional revenue while maintaining high user experience as well
     

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