How to Reduce Ad-Infested Online Games

How to Reduce Ad-Infested Online Games

I have discovered as of late another hobby: online games. Not poker and such, but the usual strategy, dress up and fashion gaming the web has to offer. Unfortunately most than half the time I spent playing them I had to spend dodging, closing, or accidentally clicking on, spring up ads. There are thousands of websites out there that claim to offer the greatest free gaming experience of all times. Unfortunately, most of them are ad factories, which infest your screen with spring up ads until you are completely tired of everything related to this domain.

Do not add spring up blockers. Those are really basic programs ufabet พนันบอล that do not discern between an ad and an actual useful spring up, like the enlargement of a photo. You will most likely ruin your browsing experience after installing one.

Do not install add-blockers of any kind. The websites who actually provide a good gaming experience, and work hard for their audience, live off them. If you block them they will eventually go dark because just like you, they have bills to pay and cannot afford wasting time in a no-income enterprise. Since you don’t actually have to pay them, don’t limit their chances at payment. Once in a while you may see an ad you want to look at and the website will probably make a couple of cents off you. Best part is, those couple of cents don’t leave your pocket.

Make sure you look at the overall quality of the content the websites provide. Usually the good quality stuff is sans ad or limited to some Google ads that have to be there as detailed above. The extremely crappy quality ones attempt to substitute the lack of care with the abundance of ads, so they will eventually have a high income despite the fact that there’s nothing in there to justify it.

Do not click on each and every link you see. It actually helps.

Bookmark the stuff you like and the stuff you feel it doesn’t invade your personal space.

Do not visit sites linked to the ones that are annoyingly loaded with ads. Most likely the same company owns them. The plan is to continue to redirect you in a circle of websites designed to generate a ton of income through exceptionally aggressive ad campaigns. In the end, your annoyance is their income.

If you find sites that hold consistent with their name, stick to them. Make sure you remember them and return if you feel they have treated you fair. If you do an engine search, attempt to remember the first search queries are not always the most relevant ones.