The problem with ad blocker blocking Paid Members Public
Here’s a photo of my morning workstation: On the left, my iPad happily showing a news story about the presidential debates from last night – and the #kenbone hashtag [http://deadline.com/2016/10/ken-bone-emerges-as-winner-of-hillary-vs-donald-ii-1201833855/] in particular. On the right, my MacBook Pro showing the same story – except it’s
Incisive Media decides to block the ad blockers Paid Members Public
Incisive Media plans on blocking ad-blockers in the New Year [http://digiday.com/publishers/incisive-media-become-second-u-k-publisher-ban-ad-blocker-users/] > The publisher, which has a mix of subscription-based and ad-funded magazines, is seeing 40 percent of its traffic affected by visitors with ad blockers enabled, across the titles with more technology-savvy audiences, with other titles
Content Blockers: a warning, not an apocalypse Paid Members Public
MG Seigler makes a good point about the content blocker panic [https://500ish.com/your-right-to-write-8ac06bedc945]: > Having downloaded and installed one myself (Peace), I can say with a good amount of certainty that the likelihood of “regular” users picking these apps up en masse is nearly nil. Not only is the
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