Did your WordPress site visitor get better and better but not with your Adsense revenue?
That’s because most
They use Ad Block is because of security reason and of course nobody like intrusive ad right?.
But what if your website doesn’t have an
So! in this post, we want to share with you fellow bloggers and site owners who also work as Adsense publishers.
How you can politely tell your visitors who use Adblock to adding your site to their Ad Block Withe list, by using WordPress plugin.
There are some of the
But here, I will recommend only three plugins that I’ve been using and test my self on all of my websites. And so far it works to make my audience “understand.”
How to Politely Tell Visitor to Add Your Site to Their Ad Block White List
Here’s how to politely tell your site visitor by using these awesome plugins for WordPress. These plugins were proven
These three plugins that you can use to block Ad Blocker.
- Ad Blocking Advisor by Pat O’Brien
- Detect AdBlock By Alobaidi
- And Ad Inserter.
Note! you don’t have to install all of them. Just pick one that suits your style. To install the plugin you can simply find them on your WP Admin left menus and then go to Plugins > Add New.
But before doing that, please read my short reviews and how to use it first. So you can decide which one best for you.
These plugins have the same purposes and both plugins you can modify the message.
But how they work have different in their actions. Here are the differences and how to modify the message that
Ad Blocking Advisor
This plugin is a great choice if you want to “casually” notify your visitor with a “red” banner on top of your page when there was an active Ad-block software detected by this plugin.
The banner will tell to your visitors who using AdBlocker that “Ads are one of the
By default Ad Blocking Advisor already have a great “consent” message. But if you want to customize the message you always can go to the plugin setting page.
On the plugin settings page, you can also choose to put a Close (X) button on it or not. However, the banner will automatically close, after a few seconds.
Yeah! it may look harsh but this plugin is your best choice when you have the other casual Ad-block advisor plugins and your visitor seems don’t get “understand.”
However, you can modify the plugin message with more friendly. Here’s how to do it and I will give you the example that I found it work for me 🙂
On your WP Admin panel menu, go to Settings and hover your mouse pointer on it. Then select Detect Adblock.
By default Detect Adblock will say; “Please disable AdBlock in the browser and %_click here_% to visit my website.”
Below is the example of the
Hey there! seems like you are using Adblock.
Ads are how we can keep providing you with premium content. So! if you find our content is useful Please disable AdBlock or simply by adding us to your Adblock Whitelist in the browser and then %_click here_% to return to my website. Don’t worry! we have no intrusive ads. Thanks for your support and understanding 🙂
So you can modify the entire text and just leave the (%_click here_%) between your message.
Important! Make sure the (%_click here_%) text remains there. Because this is the link to the page that your visitor
Use Ad Inserter plugin
The most efficient ways are by using Ad inserter plugin. As it is a great tool for placing Adsense ad on your blog too.
Ad Inserter also has the Ad Blocking Detection feature on it. You can f
To activate it, on your WP admin go to Setting > Ad Inserter.
- Inside the Ad Inserter plugin page, go to Settings by clicking the ‘Gear icon’ on the top right Ad Inserter plugin interface.
- Then click the Ad Blocking tab.
- Don’t forget to enable the setting by clicking on the ‘Power’ button on the top right of the Ad Blocking Detection setting panel.
- Inside the Ad blocking tab, in Action settings, you can choose Popup Message. You also can modify the HTML message if you like too.
- If you want you can check Undismissible Message to prevent visitors who use AdBlocker software closing the warning message.
- Last, click the Save Settings button to make it works.
See the screenshot below for example:
And below is how it looks when Ad Blocking detection “In Action.”
On how to place Adsense ads using Ad Inserter plugin you can read the tutorials post here The Good Way – Putting Adsense Code On WordPress Site
Note & Conclusion
And that’s it how you can have your Adsense revenue back by politely and honestly tell your visitor that Ads are needed to keep you maintaining your WordPress blog.
I believe that people will understand when they found your content is useful and valuable for them. I believe that …