14 Bad Ad Policies That Will Get You Blacklisted in Chrome

14 Bad Ad Policies That Will Get You Blacklisted in Chrome

Google’s web browser, Chrome, now blocks ads by default. Why would Google block ads? Well, taking into account that more people are becoming increasingly aware of ad-blocking options, it was only a matter of time until Google had to do something about it.

69% of people surveyed said that they were motivated to install ad blockers by annoying or intrusive ads.

It started with Better Ads, a set of standards published by an industry group called the Coalition for Better Ads, of which Google is a member. The working group established a set of principles, aimed at helping publishers design better ad experiences for users and,…

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