Is it possible to generate any special web script to prevent Adblock users from visiting websites?
Nowadays millions of internet users are using adblock web browser extensions. These extensions blocks all kind of ads. In the future it would be difficult for webmasters to generate revenue from the content they are providing them for the users. Revenue sharing websites like Hubpages might face problem as well. So, I think all the webmasters should generate a special script to solve this problem. What do you guys think?
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