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Apple has recently launched ad-blocking aps for their iPhones. Will this affect Hub Pages?
As we are now encouraged to make our hubs mobile device friendly I would be interested to hear what other hubbers fee the impact will be on Apple's attack on Google by introducing aps that can block all advertising from webpages viewed on the iPhone iPad etc. Please read the attached article: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/apples-b … -calacanis
Yes, I'm sure it will impact on Hubpages. Another reason I much prefer affiliate marketing to PPC adverts.
by Michael Kismet2 months ago
I asked this question because today, for the very first time, I installed an ad blocking software on my device, and holy cow is the browsing 10x more enjoyable! I have no idea or excuse why it took me so long to...
by Catherine Giordano2 years ago
I was totally dismayed to learn that Ad-Blocking software is used by 41% of people. (The statistic appeared in "The Week" magazine.) That reduces impressions. We get 60% of views, but only 59% of those views...
by Katherine Tyrrell2 years ago
An interesting article - definitely worth a read. The notion is that Apple is targeting Google and newspapers, blogs and sites like this will be collateral damage.A proxy war: Apple ad-blocking software scares...
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