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Shameless people are ruining whole Internet

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by wkcalvin, Aug 6, 2017.

  1. wkcalvin

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    Adblock successfully reduced Adsense income 30%, such shameless people still gloating about what they are doing.

    Without Google, without advertisers, Internet will become what like ?

    Totally anti society and the natural rules.

    FOLK
     
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    You can try it now, just activate an ad blocker. :p It's a whole different world. I'm always amazed how many ads are on the webpages nowadays, when i use a machine, which is not mine and it has no ad blocker installed.

    On a more serious note: Which was first? The ads or the ad blockers? No-one cared to make (or use) any ad blocker until the ads weren't intrusive to the point where they started to seriously and negatively affect the user experience.

    You can thank the existence of ad blockers to greedy webmasters and advertisers, who taught text ads aren't enough, we need blingy, moving flash ads with annoying sound possibly stuffed with malware/adware and countless popup windows. That's what pisses most people off, if there were only text ads and other non-intrusive advertising, no-one would really care to use an ad blocker.
     
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    So people using adblocker are shame less ? Cheap drugs are not good for health OP.
     
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    It was BlackHatters that created the need for ad-blockers, anybody remember the days when clicking on a link resulted in 10-30 pop-ups/pop-unders?
     
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  6. wkcalvin

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    So why you go to sites with ad.

    You can just surfing Google YouTube, sorry they have ad. too.

    Why you not unplug your internet, no single ad. there after.

    always want to get things for free. Folk.
     
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    Yes. I made a lot of money then. PPV FTW
     
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    There is a tool for this sir
     
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    Because fortunately there are ad blockers, with most of them you can allow non-intrusive advertising and there are whitelisted sites by default..
     
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    AdSense is non-intrusive, why blocking?

    Answer me.
     
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    i feel kinda bad running ABP - actually nah i dont,
     
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    That's what i'm telling you, with the major ad blockers you can allow non-intrusive advertising, it's another question that people opt-out of that too. It's in their rights.
     
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    A hammer? Please help us, Joe
     
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    Be grateful that a lot of people are not aware of uBlock Origin, otherwise this 30% will be doubled
     
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    A lot of these people support content creators directly which is a way better solution than having banners all over your website. Just check out Patreon, you will see how many content creators make a lot of money from direct contributions.

    When it comes to business, well it's the same. Create good content or good offers and you will get the customers.

    P.S. When was the last time anyone clicked on a banner anyway?
     
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    i think web that ally together e.g. businessinsider and force their user to uninstall adblocker or disable it / green list their site is the real Shameless.

    who they think they are? its an immediate Ctrl + W for me.
     
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    I use adblock, but i dont buy anything from ads anyway. it's annoying to go to a site full of ads. If a site provides good value to me i unblock, but other than that seeing adblock block 100s of items per session is lol.
     
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    Are you on about shady porn sites again?

    Anyway. I'm in the middle of finalising my noob blocker browser. It will rid the internet of tards.
     
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    Im almost sure it was Adblocker that's was receiving payments from certain Ads company's for clean, non intrusive Ads to be pushed through to AdBlocker users.

    I just hate clicking a link and having 14 pages open in my browser, but on page non intrusive ads? I don't partricularly care.
     
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    Is there any other kind of website?
     
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