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    Run a test on my site: with new tab open had those sites blocked: Bet365, Mr Green, CasinoRoom , Anna Casino.
    I wonder what they have in common
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    Hello guys..

    Let me share my "brain" to aff links...

    1. Make the aff links no follow with the rel=nofollow attribute

    2. Block google to crawl your Aff links ( www.progger/go/CasinoPage User-Agent: * Disallow: /go/ with robots.txt)

    3. Use a neutral image and folder names

    4. Dont use "Add marketing scripts" the most of them are blocked

    5. Dont use Public shorting service like goo.gl,tinyurl or bitly (short abuse and your links are mine)

    6. Use PHP- -Redirect or HTML-Header -Redirect

    7.Good luck!

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    Using php redirect pages does not always work, so using the methods you describe, even though most of us already do all of those things, it doesn't always work.

    MMMin in your case I tried your bet365 link on the bet365 review page on the slots site and the link was blocked, I disabled adblocker clicked again and it worked. (this page did open in a new tab)

    I visited the mrgreen review page and the link worked there without disabling adblocker.

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    Quote Originally Posted by universal4 View Post
    I visited the mrgreen review page and the link worked there without disabling adblocker.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Progger View Post
    Hello guys..



    5. Dont use Public shorting service like goo.gl,tinyurl or bitly (short abuse and your links are mine)

    With the timing of the redirection via php, work also links bitly.

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    Since this is most fitting for this discussion, I have placed the link to the article here, and will make mention of it in Industry Buzz but point at this thread.

    Yahoo testing blocking user that have adblockers installed.
    http://finance.yahoo.com/news/yahoo-...163416507.html

    I wondoer how this will affect them going forward and if the days of free email will change or if Yahoo, Google and Microsoft will just have to continue to find other ways to combat this.

    I sorta feel likel this may well backfire on Yahoo, but only time will tell. It may also work and they may find they will be able to convince their userbase to just switch it off for their domain.

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    I have found the most annoying part of adblocker is that it turns off the majority of the banners and often really hurts the visual appearance of websites.

    In my case I did not see many actual links that did not work, but thanks to the research of Dan and others the few that I and many others had blocked mostly work when the target=_blank is not used.

    However the blocking of images is a real pain, and sometimes even resizing and renaming doesn't work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by universal4 View Post
    I have found the most annoying part of adblocker is that it turns off the majority of the banners and often really hurts the visual appearance of websites.

    In my case I did not see many actual links that did not work, but thanks to the research of Dan and others the few that I and many others had blocked mostly work when the target=_blank is not used.

    However the blocking of images is a real pain, and sometimes even resizing and renaming doesn't work.

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    I'm assuming it's identifying the image because of the link - does it also remove images if you mask the link?
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    No, it identify's the images, by size and name also.

    It blocks a higher concentration of gif's than jpgs, and sometimes there isn't a pattern to it that I can figure out.

    If it was only because of the links, removing the links, publishing and refreshing the page would suddenly show the images, but this is NOT the case on tests I have run.

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    Cheers Rick - that's interesting. I wonder if it identifies an image as being an ad based on links on other sites and then marks the image as an ad? Otherwise how would it know?

    I know google can identify an image even if you change the size, crop it, remane it etc... so guessing adblocker does the same perhaps, which is why monkeying about with them doesn't work?
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    Quote Originally Posted by betplanning View Post
    I can confirm that with the url alias of affiliations and with the timing of the redirect it also solves the problem of the target _blank.
    I would be grateful if you want surfing my site with your tools adblock for further confirmation.
    Thanks.
    You posted this in November and maybe your solution worked back then, but not now. Your betfair and william hill links are both blocked by adblocker.

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    Quote Originally Posted by justbookies View Post
    You posted this in November and maybe your solution worked back then, but not now. Your betfair and william hill links are both blocked by adblocker.
    You're right, probably a new update adblock blocks my redirect with target = "_ blank". Without the target, system works well

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    To solve the problem finally I made a script that checks if adblock is running and which dynamically changes the target of the link

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    Well,
    This is more than frustrating in my opinion. This is bad and possibly Illegal. Since the adblocker does not present our content as it is but it modifies our work without our permission.
    How about a script that tells to the visitor: "Please disable adblocker to view this page"
    I truly believe we offer a service with our sites and we deserve to get paid with affiliate links. If someone wants the content without the links, then I'm sorry maybe I don't want to offer the content for free.

    Furthermore if we started showing the"Please disable adblocker to view this page" script, then maybe adblocker changed its policy and only blocked spammy pop-ups instead of legitimate links. What do you think? Could we do something collectively about this. as a first step contact adbocker and and then maybe implementing the "Please disable adblocker to view this page" idea?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ares View Post
    Well,
    This is more than frustrating in my opinion. This is bad and possibly Illegal. Since the adblocker does not present our content as it is but it modifies our work without our permission.
    How about a script that tells to the visitor: "Please disable adblocker to view this page"
    I truly believe we offer a service with our sites and we deserve to get paid with affiliate links. If someone wants the content without the links it is, then I'm sorry maybe I don't want to offer the content for free.

    Furthermore if we started showing the"Please disable adblocker to view this page" script, then maybe adblocker changed its policy and only blocked spammy pop-ups instead of legitimate links. What do you think? Could we do something collectively about this. as a first step contact adbocker and and then maybe implementing the "Please disable adblocker to view this page" idea?
    There are plenty of wordpress plugins which do this. Not sure how they would work on non-wp sites though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ares View Post
    Well,
    This is more than frustrating in my opinion. This is bad and possibly Illegal. Since the adblocker does not present our content as it is but it modifies our work without our permission.
    How about a script that tells to the visitor: "Please disable adblocker to view this page"
    I truly believe we offer a service with our sites and we deserve to get paid with affiliate links. If someone wants the content without the links it is, then I'm sorry maybe I don't want to offer the content for free.

    Furthermore if we started showing the"Please disable adblocker to view this page" script, then maybe adblocker changed its policy and only blocked spammy pop-ups instead of legitimate links. What do you think? Could we do something collectively about this. as a first step contact adbocker and and then maybe implementing the "Please disable adblocker to view this page" idea?
    You deserve only what you have fought for.

    If the website has really great content it can afford even to block users completely and force them to switch the adblock off. If the website is just **** MFA site, then there is nothing it can do, just make better content. And there are 50 shades of grey in between. Everyone must be realistic and estimate the informational value of his website and how much he can afford to annoy visitors with adblocks.

    Collectively can not be done anything. That fake hope is just for common folks who bother going to elect politicians. But not for money making on internet.
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    I do NOT think anything that adblocker is doing is illegal.

    They have a product that gives VISITORS the options of allowing or disallowing popups, links and banner ads in THEIR browsers.

    I do not think adblocker will ever change it's policies, and in fact I figure they are constantly working on ways to disable more and more ads, links and popups all the time. The more they are able to disable, the more future revenue they assume they will earn for whitelisting etc.

    I personally do NOT like how intrusive adblocker is and if it only blocked popups, we would likely all use it and even recommend it.

    Illegal though, never.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JackTenSuited View Post
    There are plenty of wordpress plugins which do this. Not sure how they would work on non-wp sites though.
    Thanks for letting me know!
    Anyone uses these plugins?
    Any drawbacks?

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