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Is Google bypassing ad blockers?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Junkfood00, Dec 31, 2012.

  1. Junkfood00

    Junkfood00 Elite Member

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    Adblocker Plus used to block all ads, adsense and the ones in the serps but now I'm seeing them more often. Are those dickheads bypassing it or did I make something in the settings? Their retarded campaign with the user experience is giving the exact opposite effect, now all I see is commercial stuff instead of anything informative.
     
  2. biglia

    biglia Regular Member

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    That's great news. Let's hope so. It means more money for me.
     
  3. Jumbo_Refill

    Jumbo_Refill Registered Member

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    I use Adblock for Chrome and I have yet to see an ad so idk
     
  4. wottoinc

    wottoinc Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I haven't even checked it yet but if that is true, that's great news now!!
     
  5. inspiron23

    inspiron23 Newbie

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    I don't see google ads, you can disable them if you see just see source of page, find anything related to google ads and block links in ad block plus and then you will get rid of all those useless ads.
     
  6. sirgold

    sirgold Supreme Member

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    +1 for chromium, no ads. And even if they were there a few simple lines to your hosts file would do the trick: dig profiting from my visitors but want my navigation as clean as possibile at all times. One of the perks of knowing the intricate underpinnings, me says.... :D
     
  7. Maja92

    Maja92 Regular Member

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    Lol, sorry OP... but I hope they are bypassing them or trying too... me need those Adsense clicks :) .. :D
     
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    the_demon Jr. Executive VIP

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    Try uninstalling and reinstalling, and re-select your subscription. Your experience happened to a friend of mine when he accidentally clicked a wrong setting.

    I use Adblock+ myself and have no issues w/ it.
     
  10. redchillies

    redchillies Junior Member

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    There are a few scripts out there that can do this. However, if one simply disables javascript, those measures are defeated. There's really not much you can do other than beg your users to whitelist your site (and possibly offer "premium" accounts that don't have ads).