2 Ways to Install Anti AdBlock on Blog

Ways to Install Anti AdBlock on Blog. What is AdBlock? AdBlock is a feature of the browser that is useful for blocking the display of ads on the ...

It is a matter of pride when we are accepted as publishers of Google AdSense and Mgid. How not, the two advertising media are indeed famous for their fairly strict requirements.

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As a result, many bloggers were forced to be disappointed because they were rejected for various reasons. I myself was initially rejected before finally being accepted a few months ago.

The problem doesn't end there, after receiving it, how come the income is so small? It turned out to check here and there, most readers use the AdBlock feature. For those who don't know what this term means, let's read to the end.

What is AdBlock?

AdBlock is a feature of the browser that is useful for blocking the display of ads on the articles that are being accessed. There are many reasons readers use this feature, one of which is to prevent devices from being redirected to malicious pages.

But what about those who expect revenue from advertising? Of course very detrimental is not it? But don't worry, you can anticipate by installing anti AdBlock.

How it works is also quite clear. Readers using these ad filters are not allowed to access the page before closing their AdBlock . Or, the reader puts our URL in the white list .

Well in this article, there are two types of views that can be used. Please select one based on the type of display you want.

How to Install Anti AdBlock on Blog

#Method: 1

For the first method, please remove all of the following ad caller codes in the HTML template. Don't worry, the script that will be used later has the code available. Instead of being redundant, it's better to just delete the old one:

  • Login Blogger Dashboard
  • Go to » Theme » Edit HTML
  • Add Code above ]]></b:skin> Tag.

  • Add Code above </body> Tag.

Finished.


#Method: 2

Similar to the first method above, please remove the ad calling code first before installing the script:

  • Login Blogger Dashboard
  • Go to » Theme » Edit HTML
  • Add Code above ]]></b:skin> Tag.

  • Add Code above </body> Tag.

Closing

Installation has been successful. Choose the type of AdBlock that suits you. More than that, hopefully the revenue from ad serving will increase.

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