Many people are using ad blockers even when visiting their favorite sites. That may not sound like a big deal to them but most websites rely on ad revenue to produce great content and stay afloat. Some sites force their visitors to disable ad blockers to access their content. That approach may turn some of your visitors off. Here are 15 ad blocker detectors for WordPress that let you deal with this issue:
DeBlocker: this WordPress ad block detector asks your readers to disable browser extensions that block ads. It supports the most popular extensions and uses a dynamic script for detection.
Admiral Adblock Analytics: lets you see how much money you are losing to adblockers. It also helps you recover some of that revenue.
BAN: a blocked ads notifier plugin that detects popular ad blockers and collects stats to help you better understand how your audience interacts with your site.
Advanced Ads: a handy plugin for managing ads on your site like a pro. It comes with Ad Health integration and AdSense violation checks. It has ad block detection to show alternative content to adblock users.
Ad Blocking Advisor: shows a notification bar on your site to encourage visitors to disable their notification. Webmasters can allow or disallow visitors to dismiss the banner with a click.
AdUnblocker: this ad block detector plugin checks if ads are running on your site and shows a popup to request users to whitelist your site. It has a “Strict” mode for a more aggressive approach to this problem.
DH Anti AdBlocker: this plugin shows a notification to visitors who are using an adblocker, asking them to disable it to continue reading.
Eazy Ad Unblocker: a handy plugin that asks your visitors to turn their ad blocker off. Your visitors will not be able to see the content or its source without whitelisting your site.
OptinMonster: a powerful popup builder for WordPress that helps you turn visitors into subscribers and customers. It supports various popup types including ad block detection popups.
Gotham Block Extra Light: another plugin that detects ad blockers and displays a popup to inform visitors how blocking ads can kill your business model. It has 3 levels, so you can choose how aggressive you want to be.
deAdBlocker: this script creates a simple text banner to remind your visitors to disable their ad blocker. It lets you customize text color, background, and other dialog options.
Monitor BlockAd: this plugin shows a message to your visitors who are using an ad blocker and also makes sure your Google Analytics tracks everything.
AdSense Unblocker: lets you show a custom message to your visitors to encourage them to support your website.
FATS: lets you hide premium content until users deactivate their ad blocker. You can hide all or partial content on your pages and auto redirect users after showing the message.
Block Ads to Bitcoin: turns blocked ads into Bitcoin donation boxes. Different ads sizes are supported. You have the option to suggest a donation amount, change ad copy, or disable Bitcoin donations.
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