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Some one told me that " alot of visitors block Adsense show in sites "

Discussion in 'AdSense' started by tktk, Oct 21, 2009.

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    Some one told me that " If u make site and put Adsense u may not earn from it because alot of visitors block this Adv for
    SEMrush
    example by kasper or any onther protect program - Is this true ?
     
    tktk, Oct 21, 2009 IP
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    SCLocal Well-Known Member

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    #2
    I don't know how you define "a lot." Some 'advanced' users have an adblocker, but the majority of web users do not have such a program/plugin installed.
     
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    scylla Notable Member

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    #3
    Nearly the majority of firefox users use adblock plus, which does definitively block adsense and other ads
    https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/1865

    Also Sythe has an addon that detects when users are using adblockplus, I'd like this addon if anyone knows what it is. (scroll down to the bottom and look right above the who's online table.)
     
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    suganindia Peon

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    I am happy and excited to suggest my friends to use ADBLOCK plus firefox add on

    set the web free from ads
    what do you say ????????????
     
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    tktk Peon

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    This mean we may earn few bucks from our sites ?
     
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    internetmarketingiq Well-Known Member

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    Good thing that "someone" really knows their stuff. There is nothing like evidence based science to back up claims.
     
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    web_hunk Peon

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    Ok. And how does everyone make money then?


    To OP. Not everyone uses ad blocking add-ons so you should not worry about it. Many people make a good amount of money with AdSense.
     
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    I do not know anyone who uses an ad blocker, this is probably mostly webmasters or it people using this . I do not understand why a consumer would even want to block ads , how would they shop ? Besides who cares about people who block ads , they are not going to click or buy from your site anyways , duh
     
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    ya, Firefox addon does block the Ads.
    But good point is most people still use IE and ad-block+ free firefox.

    and anyways you shouldn't be care abt it as you can't do anything on it. :)
     
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    #10
    well,

    i am a publisher too and i think this wouldn't go so far...

    because if people be using adblock plugins too much... then not only the publishers will be effected ... ad networks, advertisers will be effected too..

    so publishers don't worry... Big Guys will find solution...

    and Google will for sure do some thing for it ... because google is earning much of the revenue from adsense ... and if there be no ad displayed ... every one will be bearing ....

    so cheers
     
    eyes_drinker, Oct 22, 2009 IP
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    joebert Well-Known Member

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    This is what you need to do.

    Setup Google Adsense on the site, and be sure to have at least one ad channel that will be displayed on every page. Link units are usually good for this.

    Setup Google Analytics on the site.

    Make sure your raw logs are in order.

    After 2 months, compare the numbers you get from Adsenses reports, Analytics reports, and raw log reports. You'll have as close as a definitive answer as you're going to get.

    The raw logs will show ALL hits claimed to be from each browser, some percentage of those are going to be spoofed user-agent strings though.

    Google Analytics is going to have lower figures than the raw log files, but they'll be a little closer to real visitor numbers. Most basic spoofing is weeded out through Analytics.

    The global Adsense channel is going to give you a pretty good estimate about the number of visitors who are seeing Adsense ads. The reports can be segmented into browser versions and all sorts of other metrics if you connect your Adsense and Analytics account together. Linking my accounts together was the best thing I ever did, I can actually determine which browsers and which versions of browsers are generating teh most revenue, I can determine which pages are generating the most revenue, I can pretty much analyze revenue using any metric I could ever want.
     
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    tattoos Prominent Member

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    #12
    I don't know anything about variables, includes, scripts, java apples, PHP's, FAQ's, FAIL's, STFU's and stuff...
    but it may go something like...

    <div align="center">
    <div id="addiv">
    
    <!-- Start Ad -->
    <!-- End Ad -->
    
    </div>
    
    <script>
    var addivcount;
    if (addivcount != 0 && addivcount != 1) {
      addivcount = -1;
    }
    addivcount += 1;
    var n = document.getElementById("addiv");
    n.setAttribute("id", "addiv" + addivcount);
    </script>
    
    <script defer="defer">
    var nL = document.getElementsByTagName("IFRAME");
    if (nL.length == 0) {
       var n1 = document.getElementById("addiv0");
       n1.innerHTML = "<h2>You have adblock enabled. Please disable adblock</h2><br>";
       var n2 = document.getElementById("addiv1");
       n2.innerHTML = "<h2>You have adblock enabled. Please disable adblock</h2><br>";
    }
    
    </script>
    
    </div>
    Code (markup):
    But I could be entirely wrong.

    :D+Rep:cool:

    Cheers
    James
     
    tattoos, Oct 22, 2009 IP