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BHW should Restrict Ad-blocker User!

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by jr D.I.P, Jan 11, 2016.

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BHW should restrict Adblocker user

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  1. jr D.I.P

    jr D.I.P Power Member

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    Hi folks,

    Wondering BHW should restrict user who use adblocker on browser. Due to this thing people cannot see our banners all over site and signature. This will help lot of us who spending money on advertisement and promotion. What you guys think ?

    I hope mod will think on it

    Cheers!
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  2. MonsterMag

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    I voted no because it doesn't make sense...
    People that use adblock (except maybe for specific sites like youtube) are not internet marketers anyway, they are just pretenders. If you want to keep up with the newest trends in ads/adplacements etc, you NEED adblock turned OFF.
     
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    Agree with u jt.D.i.p .. u paid to show ur banners .. every user or visitor come to bhw is intersted in the bussiness ... I turn adblock on for sites use popup .. and i think bhw not using popup ..so no problem they have to force us to turn it off ..
     
  4. akaalexa

    akaalexa Newbie

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    Or maybe a popup message for those with adblock enabled to explain the benefits of whitelisting BHW? I'm sure lots of people, especially new users would appreciate the information.
     
  5. JustUs

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    Ads are a vector of malware. Forbes begged users to turn off ad-blockers. As soon as they did, the user was promptly served with malware, some of which carried crypto virus and Trojans.
    http://www.engadget.com/2016/01/08/you-say-advertising-i-say-block-that-malware/

    There are a few articles and anti virus vendors that suggest, and one that states, that ad blockers are more important than anti-virus today.
     
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    You must be joking right?

    I am a "real" (whatever the fuck that means) internet marketer since 2003 and i am doing real fine without adds, and like me there are probably thousands of IMers that are doing just fine without seeing your crappy adds of your latest ripoff, if i need something i will go look for it, i don't need to be advertised too and i will keep my addblocker on at all times.
     
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  7. mnunes532

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    This is why people use adblockers: http://prntscr.com/9ooxad

    Three banners in a row!!! That's too much for me. I can take one, even two but three?

    At the time of this post, I can see a total of TEN banners in this page.
     
  8. Ste Fishkin

    Ste Fishkin BANNED BANNED Jr. VIP

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    The world of advertising is changing dude, get over it.

    Banners are old, they will eventually be left in the past.

    I don't know what percentage of users use adblock, I'm not even sure how you would find out... but fuck that crap.

    When I see banners like this, I am running adblock:

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    $150 to rank any website, horse shit.

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    "whitehat spam"

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    If you have to advertise your product as not having adware or spyware, you are doing it wrong.

    So OP, no. I will not turn adblock off, my little brain cannot handle the BS I come in contact with when I do turn it off.
     
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    asap1 BANNED BANNED

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    Ummmm adblock doesn't block signature ads.

    I cant remember the last time I clicked an ad besides t0mmy and his hot chicks banner. :)
     
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    No, I don't think so. Everyone should have the freedom to block ads.
     
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    I believe everyone has the right to do whatever they want on their computers and browsers, period !