Display Advertising: Ad Blocking

Google Chrome API changes may disable most ad blockers

According to multiple reports, Google is readying changes to Chromium, which is the software behind the Chrome browser and soon Microsoft Edge. The discussion and issues are relatively technical and apply to Chrome extensions generally; however, one practical impact would be to disable most ad blockers. Why Google has proposed the change. Google first discussed …

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Google Chrome’s filtering of ‘annoying’ ads will apply to sites worldwide starting in July

The 12 ad formats deemed particularly annoying based on the Coalition for Better Ads survey data. Source: Coalition for Better Ads Nearly a year ago, Google’s Chrome web browser began to roll out the ability to block, or filter, ads on publisher websites in North America and Europe that don’t meet the Better Ads Standards. …

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Blockthrough acquires PageFair, merging two leading anti-adblocking platforms

Blockthrough, which provides software and methods to counter adblocking, has purchased PageFair, which offers similar services. Deal terms were not made public. In the announcement, the two companies emphasized their complementary differences. “The combination of Blockthrough’s proven revenue recovery tools and PageFair’s powerful analytics solution creates the industry’s most comprehensive and effective adblock recovery platform,” …

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Google brings ‘Funding Choices’ ad messaging to more countries & adds subscription offer

After its launch in June 2017 for publishers in North America, the UK, Germany, Australia and New Zealand, Google’s Funding Choices ad messaging is now expanding to 31 more countries. The program was created as part of Google’s “Coalition for Better Ads” efforts and is aimed to help publishers recover lost revenue from ad-blocking issues. …

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Our top 10 display advertising columns for 2017

One of the hottest topics of discussion in 2017’s display advertising arena is speculation about what will happen next year, specifically February 15 of next year, when Google plans to release a version of its Chrome browser with ad-blocking features baked in. The feature targets “annoying” and “intrusive” ads only, but exactly what that means remains …

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