As some of you may have noticed, I just finished adding some Google Ads on my blog. If you’re like me, you won’t even notice the difference because AdBlock hides all ads… but if you don’t have ad blocking tools, I hope I was able to place them in such a way that they will stay out of the way.

My hope for these ads is that I will be able to make a tiny bit of money (heck, even cents is more money than my site is making now) to be able to put towards more years of hosting this website.

Now, some of you may have just heard of AdBlock for the first time, so I’ll explain. It’s a tool that you can add to your browser (hopefully you’re using Chrome or Firefox and NOT Internet Explorer!) that hides all the ads on a page. It’s very handy! I’ll post some links to where you can download them at the end of this post.

You may be thinking, “but how will I be able to support you if the links are hidden from me?” I know, I know, some of you are just thoughtful like that. AdBlock has another nice feature that lets you put websites onto a whitelist. That is, ads on this website will show up to you without leaving you exposed to ads on other websites.

Too bad I’m not allowed to click on my own ads because some of these actually look interesting… Guess I’ll have to Google the things I find enjoyable.

As promised, here are the links for AdBlock for their respective browsers (and the links to the browsers in case you’re still using the dreadful Internet Explorer).

[Adblock for Chrome]
[Adblock for Firefox]


3 thoughts on “Advertisements

  1. bigbrother

    Haha, to Google the ads you find interesting.

    Uhm… what’s a browser? (How many times have I heard/read that). I’ve been using Adblock for so many years now that sometimes when I’m over at some else’s place I’m like WTF? Ads are still as ridiculous as they were back in the day, and those kinds of “you’re the 1000th visitor, click here to claim you prize” and stuff like that, I wonder if some people really still fall for that.

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