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Ads are, practically by definition, content that the user did not intentionally seek out, which is at best tangentially related to the content that the user did seek out. From a pure UX point of view, there is no justification whatsoever for having ads at all (unless the purpose of the website is specifically to view them, e.g. a Craigslist or "classifieds" ...


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You can ask nicely if you'd like but I'll be honest... You're likely wasting your time. Full disclosure - I use Adblock and I've rarely white listed a site. Sadly ads, ad placement, ad loading tactics, & ad usability has really soured my experience with them to the point that I aggressively avoid them. I should note a few things: I despise any ad ...


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Asking nicely is the only option you have You do not really have the power to selectively deny service to users who did not view ads. There's no reliable way to determine which users were shown ads and which weren't. The client is not under your control. After the browser downloads the page, the content is in the user's computer. Once out of the server, ...



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