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How to block Firefox Adblock?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by wallofiron, Aug 17, 2010.

  1. wallofiron

    wallofiron Power Member

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    I was charging for VIP access to my Vbulletin forum membership fee. This fee allowed you a bunch of cool forum stuff, AND having no ads at all to view. While guests and non-vip's have little permissions on the forum and have to view a TON of ads.


    Except now all the members shared the trick in firefox to disable all the ads. Is there a way I can still make guests and non-vip's view ads in my vbulletin forum?


    How can you block the Firefox adblock? Is there even a way?
     
  2. Hunwarrior

    Hunwarrior Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    set up a script when your non prem is logging in: what is the top banner on the page? A kinda catchpa system.They will start checking your ads ;)
     
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  3. black code

    black code Junior Member

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    The problem is Kaspersky block ads too :(
     
  4. likeskoolaid

    likeskoolaid Regular Member

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    tell them you need the ads to support the website and they're little pricks if they have to resort to disabling them
     
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    blackhataffiliate Senior Member

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    If they want to block the ads and you are not earning any revenue at all, force them to upgrade their membership in order to continue using the forums
     
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  6. voyevoda

    voyevoda Regular Member Premium Member

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    If you had a foolproof way to do what you're asking, you'd be a multi-millionaire.
     
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  7. bluedonkey

    bluedonkey Newbie

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    you can block by using scripts that transform the add code so firefox does not think they are adds
     
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  8. xfactornos

    xfactornos Regular Member

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    There are scripts like you are looking for because I use adblock and some sites I go to say disable adblock to view this site. Soo it does exist you just need to find it.
     
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    automatic Newbie

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    you can bomb bard them with with affiliate ads . . . . . . C P A L E A D S does a pretty good job at beating ad block as well
     
  10. emmafood

    emmafood Newbie

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    anybody can give the real solution for newbie like me