Ads that are considered disturbing will be blocked in 2018

Do you feel annoyed with the ads when you open a website on the internet? No matter how much you hate an ad that appears on the website or app, they are a way for companies and publishers to earn revenue and try to offer interesting products. However, sometimes there are some ads that are designed to appear in a very annoying way, leaving netizens even more annoyed and deciding to use ad-block that will block all ads without selective logging, which in turn creates good ads too.

On the other hand, for now some browsers are building on ad blockers into their proprietary software, and in April we’ve heard how Google can plan to do the same with Chrome. Good news for Chrome users, that if you hate ads and will love the offered solution, you’re lucky that Google Chrome will do that in 2018.

According to an announcement on the Google blog, “In a dialogue with the Coalition and other industry groups, we plan to have Chrome stop showing ads (including those owned or served by Google) on websites that do not comply with the Better Ad Standard starting early 2018.”

Basically ads that do not comply with these standards will be blocked, while the corresponding ads will still be displayed. This means that in the future the companies displaying advertisements must be in line with the standards, because otherwise they will be automatically blocked. This is a way for Google to fix ads that may be annoying to users, and this is a good move that will be useful for internet users.

For those of you who have a business and prefer to advertise on the internet, from now on must be prepared to create or advertise good and according to Google standards. Surely this is one way to educate the advertisers or the providers of advertising services on the website to be more professional in doing business on the internet. Let us both support this program, in order to bring good for us all. Hopefully this article useful for you all. thanks.

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