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I’ll often give them a chance and disable. But if there’s any intrusive ads (blocks content) or a single play video with audio, and I’m out.
Google should add a feature where once you visit a website and have determined it unsuitable for viewing due to ads, you can click a ‘remove results’ button that will prevent that website from ever displaying in your search results.
Bonus points if it is collaborative: “13 additional results were found but have not been displayed due to the number of users who have marked the links as ad-ridden. Please don’t click <here> to display them anyway.”
Why? They have to pay for their server and bandwidth somehow?
I don’t mind ads. I prefer targeted ads b/c that means I might actually use them.
I do mind ads that get in the way, which is the main reason I have an adblock on. But I also whitelist sights I really like, or I pay for things like reddit gold to stop the ads.
Would it not be possible to create a service/plugin where users faced with an adblock block screen can get an auto-generated summary of the content (i.e. a bot would fetch it and auto summarise) so users can decide if it’s worth disabling adblock?
adblocks to be disabled for what reason but
Alternate bottom panel: *Ad on mobile covers the entire screen.*
Refresh the page then stop loading the page before it fully loads and you wont get the “Please disable your adblock” on most pages.
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