Google, a company that has made a fortune from online advertising, now has an ad blocker built into its own Chrome browser.
The internet giant wants to see fewer “annoying” ads on the web, and it’s taking some extreme measures to make that happen.
This article will discuss Google’s plans for blocking ads on Chrome, and explain what you need to know about the recently devised Better Ads Standards.
I’ll go over what is considered a “good” ad, according to Google, and how to make absolutely sure the ads on your webpages are in compliance with the new set of standards.
Google vs. Annoying Ads
An “annoying” or “bad” ad is one that is…