How do you guys bypass Adblock?

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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?
 

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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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There are a lot of apps that can do that. If you use Google Chrome, you can get an extension called AdBlocker, Just install the extension and turn it on. It will only take you 5 minutes.
 

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I use a lot of adblock myself, compared to a time when I didn't use it, I get a lot less issues mostly because a lot of ads aren't trust worthy as they once were. You can have a message pop up asking them to support your site by disabling ad block, but it may not go far, depending on your site software, most of them have an addon you can easily install and put in a custom message.
 

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I use adblock on my web browsers but it is difficult on smartphones. I could not find any good adblock to block ads on Youtube on my smartphones.
 

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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?
You can use the built-in Inspect Element browser tool on the anti-ad-blocker page and go dig through their CSS to override various property settings such as scroll and opacity, which are usually used to display the anti-ad-blocker pop-up message.

This requires you to have CSS skills, and to be honest, even as an experienced CSS developer it can be a time-consuming task since there’s no one recipe to follow that will work on every website since they all use different approaches to display their annoying popups.

If you know CSS, you already know how to use DevTools to manipulate a website’s CSS.
 
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