Google recently announced its going to penalize websites that have poor ad experiences in its upcoming update to the Chrome browser. Starting next year, Chrome will block sites with “annoying ads” in search results. If you think because you’re a name brand publisher, you’ll be exempt, think again. Google has analyzed 100,000 sites so far … Continue reading How to check if your website violates new Google Chrome “Annoying Ads” filter
With ad-tech being so intrusive these days in tracking our movements, you had to wonder when people would say “enough is enough.” Maybe we’re getting closer. Two moves this month certainly should send a message to providers that are pushing the envelope on online advertising tactics that visitors don’t like. First, Google confirmed that its … Continue reading Safari will also limit ad tech, auto-play videos, and tracking
It’s been rumored for a while, but now Google confirms it will update its Chrome browser to include an ad blocker. If your site has what Google terms “unacceptable ads,” it’s going to block all the advertisements on your site. The list of what is unacceptable will include pop-ups, videos that are set to auto … Continue reading Game Changer: Google confirms built-in ad blocker coming to its Chrome browser
The Wall Street Journal reports that Google is readying its own ad-blocker as part of its Chrome browser. Chrome is the undisputed most used browser in the world with a market share north of 41%. The ad blocker would be added to both mobile and desktop versions, per the report, and target what the company … Continue reading Is Google getting ready to launch its own ad blocker?