Visitors dislike seeing all those ads on a site placed on top, bottom and sides of the content they read or watch and publishers would love to monetize every length and breadth of the page. The problem if you remove all the ads, publishers get hurt and lose a lot, while if you continue with all those ads, visitors get annoyed and CancelAds tries to keep both happy. The startup works around by having visitors pay a small subscription fee to let publishers permit having their pages viewed without ads. The idea is to give users an alternative to block ads while the publisher loses nothing, letting each one of them utilize the web pages to their needs. Sounds interesting, but I don’t think visitors won’t pay any amount just to get rid of seeing the ads on sites they most often visit.
- Facebook Relaxes Rules For On-Page Competitions: Big News For Brands And Business
- Update: Mobilink Reveals Its New Identity, Launches A Responsive Website
- Click.to: Your Copy and Paste Shortcut App For The Desktop
- Adzine, A Pakistani Startup Experimenting With What’s Already In The Box
- UpUpStart Announces Epic Skater for Android and iPhone
- Adding Style To Your Pill Cases: Kickstarter’s CapsulePen Raises $15,000
- Chatwing: Expanding the Horizons of Blogging and Internet Marketing
- West vs East Coast Business Swagger
- iPad 3 Released Has 264 PPI Retina Display, Quad Core A5X Chip, 5MP Camera–Just a retuning of The iPad 2
- The iPad 3 Will Have Haptic Feedback And Probably SenSeg Is Behind It
- Google tweaking its Search homepage… is it tired of its Really Simple layout?
- Time Out’s New York and Chicago editions to be sold
- AT&T Facebook Drama: Security Flaw Taken Care For
- Seppukoo Facebookが死亡 [Seppukoo Executed By Facebook]
- [Free Invites] Update Facebook Status/Friendfeed/Twitter etc from One Place – Updating.Me!
Popular Tagsacquisition ads Android app apple Apps Ban China Chrome dead facebook funding Gmail google how to iOS iPad iphone iphone 4 iphone 5 ipod touch jailbreak microsoft mobile music myspace Nokia pakistan privacy Reports Rumors search social media social network startup startups tips tool tools Twitter verizon video web yahoo youtube