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Alert: Chrome Will Block Ads from Febraury

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Blocking The Right Ads
The adblock like feature won’t just block every ad it sees on a website like third party extensions do – it’ll only focus on the obnoxious and intrusive ones while letting the websites show relevant, viewer friendly ads only.

It will, however, block all ads on a website if it detects even a single ad which does not comply with the standards of the Coalition for Better Ads – even if the rest of the ads do meet the required standards.

Google has warned and worked with websites to make sure they comply with and understand the standards and regulations of the Coalition so they can heed the warning in time to maintain their ad revenues.

Ad Revenue Saved?
For many businesses, ad revenue is the key factor for the business’ profits and it gets cut off if the consumers decide to use ad block extensions. If the ads are more relevant and unobtrusive, the consumers wont need to resort to such an extreme measure.

That’s exactly what Google hopes to achieve with their upcoming Chrome built-in adblocker. But here on WJ most of the user are related to Pop-Ads so here discussion Begins what will be the Future of Pop-ads or any streaming Host which works under ads.

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I love this..... Since its coming from Google, its nice because bloggers won't lose money to adblocker again.... That is if they running the right ads...

I'm sure ads like AdSense, amazon ads, media.net won't be affected.