There are some Adblock Plus users who just don’t want to see any ads at all.
richardmtl wrote:I agree with you, and think that it wouldn't be a bad idea, but there's always the danger that the site may start to show annoying ads again at some point, so an "undo" option that easily accessible would be pretty important, I think.
Ares2 wrote:It's simply not enough from a webmasters perspective: First he should make sure that he only uses acceptable ads. Then the notification only appears after several visits (otherwise it would be even more annoying than it already is), but from all I know most ad revenue is produced by causual visitors.
Ares2 wrote:And even if some users finally get the notification, a (I think high) percentage will click "No, thanks" (whether the notification has been actually read/understood doesn't matter).
reepicheep wrote:For me all ads are intrusive no matter how small and should/will be squelched --- that's why I use ABP in the first place.
Wladimir Palant wrote:I wonder whether there is a way to measure this in some privacy-sensitive way. I hate having to guess here,
Ares2 wrote:IMHO it's not a solution for the problem that many Adblock Plus users wouldn't mind unobtrusive ads but have them blocked by a filter subscription.
ecjs wrote:We could just make the part of the easylist blocking unobstrusive ads a supplement list.
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