How do you guys bypass Adblock?

Steve32

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I added some affiliate programs (links & images) on my blogs, I tried to install Adblock and could not see them at all if adblock plus is enabled. Is there any solution? I think I will lose my visitors and decrease revenue if they could see my ads.. How about Google adsense?
 

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You can force your users to see the ads, with a bit of javascript code.

If they have adblock enabled they won't be able to see any content from your website, or you can even redirect them to a page explaining they need to enable adblock in order to view your website.

However, it's not recommended to force ads on your users, as it'll probably piss most of them off and you'd end up losing a lot of visitors.

If you want the javascript code I'll dig it up, I have it on a very old website.
 

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I wouldn`t recommend that. You could lose all your visitors. This is only my opinion, but all the websites that told me I have to disable ad blocker in order to view the content were never visited by me again. The Internet is a vast place and the information on your website can be found in another place in a matter of seconds.

Adsense is blocked by my ad blocker in 99% of cases. What affiliate network are you using?
 

Steve32

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You can force your users to see the ads, with a bit of javascript code.

If they have adblock enabled they won't be able to see any content from your website, or you can even redirect them to a page explaining they need to enable adblock in order to view your website.

However, it's not recommended to force ads on your users, as it'll probably piss most of them off and you'd end up losing a lot of visitors.

If you want the javascript code I'll dig it up, I have it on a very old website.
What is your javascript code and how to use it?

I've not ever heard of using this way before.

Does it have any ways to bypass Adblock without using scripts? I mean I want to use tricks for my images and links to bypass it.

I wouldn`t recommend that. You could lose all your visitors. This is only my opinion, but all the websites that told me I have to disable ad blocker in order to view the content were never visited by me again. The Internet is a vast place and the information on your website can be found in another place in a matter of seconds.

Adsense is blocked by my ad blocker in 99% of cases. What affiliate network are you using?
I used different affiliate networks like CB, Amazon and some from offers on the forum.
 

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I see. Send me the link to your website, I want to see how it looks with and without ad blocker. I suggest you don`t use that code. It will greatly affect your traffic.
 

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Yeah, I believe that you will lose a lot of traffic and revenue if you start forcing the ads on your visitors. I can say from my own personal point of view and experience - if a site is forcing the ads, I simply close it without any second thoughts. I do understand why you're trying to find a workaround it though.

Have you considered one of those plugins that ask the visitor to whitelist their site/disable the Adblock in order to continue viewing your page? Many big sites are currently using it... even Forbes.

Take a look at the WordPress's website. They have some plugins listed under the ''anti-Adblock'', perhaps one will help you: https://wordpress.org/plugins/tags/anti-adblock/
 

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Like everyone else said, forcing the ads is a bad idea. I really get angry when the site puts ads in my face or just makes itself unusable until I disable my adblock. Almost everyone on the internet has one, so you need to work around it. Big sites like forbes can do this because their content is actually very interesting for people and they have no way around it.

You can try and do the same thing. Have unique content, or content that's so well written and interesting that people won't be able to find it anywhere else, and you can actually tell them to whitelist your site. I remember doing this too for websites I need to use because what they have can't be found anywhere else.
 
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