Maximize your revenue by disabling adblockers on your website


Today on checking out the new design on Chaaps I figured how blank it would look without ads. To check out I enabled ad block plus (Yeah the plug in most of the bloggers hate as it has decreased their ad revenue manifold.” I found out that all the ads were removed at once.

Even when I had a blog (Had because some noob hacked it and deleted everything. If you(the Mr. Hacker) areย  reading this please make sure you mess up with the right person next time.”) I faced this problem that my revenue started decreasing because of these things.

So I researched few methods to disable these stupid pop up and ad blockers. Lets check out one by one. Also I would like to make clear that these ideas are the property of the rightful makers. I don’t want any credit to these. I just wanted to help to raise the revenue of your blog or website.

1. Anti Ad Block Plugin for wordpress: I thought lets start with the simplest of them all. Adding a plugin to your blog. Simple ain’t it. ๐Ÿ™‚ Ok this basically makes your reader aware that he is squeezing your revenue and is making the blog owner poor. Maybe the fellow reader gets emotional and disables the adblock plus. And hey it also tells how to disable that thing. Bonus ๐Ÿ™‚ย  For more info about this visit :

2. Showing user message through a code: I found this interesting article on It shows how to add a script to display a message to the guy using that blocker. They also added a test page ( Read their full article at :

3. A related article like PC Spy one: There is also one more article like that on read the full one on :

There may be more ways! But I found these three the best and easy to use. If you know one post it in the comments.


About Sukhjit Singh

A windy night, a child was born, was strong as an ox + his hair stood on end.They said he was built for greatness but 17 years later he sits in front of his PC. pshhhhh Don't forget to Add me on Facebook or Visit my Gaming Arena at Xfire.

  • Nice post.. I’ve noticed this on all your sites.. Always reminding me to allow exception for your site…
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  • Hi Sukhjit,

    I’m sensitive to blog owners that have their blogs monetized but at the same time I find that ad cause a site to feel cluttered which can be a turn-off. I’m testing the Readability extension for Google Chrome. This extension lets you see an uncluttered view of sites, but not until after you have viewed the site with all of the ads first. Do you think this is a good idea?
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    • Hi,
      I don’t say that one should place an ad on the places where the users find it annoying! It should be placed in sidebar or some other places. Also I agree some ads are also annoying like flash. I block them too.

      And about the plugin It will do the same work like adblock plus. Just the difference is that it removes the sidebars too :D.
      The plugin may reduce the page impressions of the website ad but still it isn’t as bad as blocking the whole ad. So I thinks you are doing great. Atleast the owner has one chance to earn money.

  • Gonna try the WordPress plugin.
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  • WOw! anything same for blogger?
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    • Actually I haven’t tested it on blogger yet! You can try including the codes in your HTML template. Maybe it would work. Please tell me if it works as it would be helpful for others too.

  • Interesting but do you think the reader would change his mind? I dont’ have any hopes though!
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    • Actually I did! I saw this on some sites as well. Not the exact same ones but still! The thing is make readers emotional. ๐Ÿ™‚

  • Ima give it a try! Thanks

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