Will online money making survive Adblockers

By Sky
@skysnap (18037)
August 17, 2016 2:24am CST
I know this is tough question. But some people are being so entitled and bossy about things that they are missing bigger picture about online sites. For example, you can not expect to make money online if adblockers continue to rise. in such case you'd need to find out other ways to make money. If you want to support any site or writer or youtube channel, you have to disable adblock. You can't expect sites to survive if the ads continue to be blocked. This is very serious and I hope that people do understand there is nothing free anymore
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12 responses
@AkoPinay (10099)
• Philippines
17 Aug 16
Sorry, I don't know
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@skysnap (18037)
17 Aug 16
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@AkoPinay (10099)
• Philippines
17 Aug 16
@skysnap that's my best answer
@skysnap (18037)
17 Aug 16
@AkoPinay and a right one.. noboody knows what will happen.
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@simone10 (21647)
• Louisville, Kentucky
17 Aug 16
I feel much the same as @JolietJake . You almost have to have an adblocker these days.
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• Mumbai, India
17 Aug 16
adblockers can be handy but it's rise is something to be worried about, specially for bloggers
@skysnap (18037)
17 Aug 16
yes bloggers, youtube channels etc. and this will make people hard to work online.
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• Mumbai, India
17 Aug 16
@skysnap yeah!
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17 Aug 16
I just put up with them. I'm lucky that the PC and internet connection are both impressively fast, but that's what comes of being married to a computer geek. :)
@skysnap (18037)
17 Aug 16
haha.. cool.
@hostessman (9954)
• Tucson, Arizona
17 Aug 16
i agree with you, nothing is free any more. somehow they will charge you some kind of fee
@cacay1 (33203)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
17 Aug 16
I haven't experience that way.
@skysnap (18037)
17 Aug 16
i see :D
@epiffanie (10404)
• Australia
17 Aug 16
yes, i agree .. nothing is for free ..
@sol_cee (17302)
• Saint Vincent And The Grenadines
17 Aug 16
Is that so? Hmm..
@millie02 (6905)
• United Kingdom
17 Aug 16
As Blogger myself, I have been worried about this for some time now.
@skysnap (18037)
17 Aug 16
yes and with dropping revenue I am thinking selling products and making people to pay for advice is the way to go.
@ilocosboy (37197)
• Philippines
17 Aug 16
If the site is sponsored or intended to promote products or businesses, then adblock may be so useful.
@skysnap (18037)
17 Aug 16
even then adblockers are bad. because people work harder on their site. and normal visitors just want free stuff without giving anything in return. by that logic, adblock users can't call any site as scam.
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• Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
22 Aug 16
No free lunch? Are you kidding me
• Mumbai, India
18 Aug 16
yes i agree with you.this is very very serious issue. we have few adblocker tools available in the market to stop adblocker. hope this helps...