It’s a wonder web publishers are able to make a living anymore, in that most people unapologetically use some form of ad-blocking software. The conscientious visitor to a given website will turn off the blocker for that site, in hopes that the site is able to continue to produce the content that brings them there. There is also the option on some ad blockers which enables users to allow “unobtrusive” ads or the type that won’t affect their experience and aren’t known to be full of malware.
It’s not magic, after all. Someone’s paying the writer, someone’s paying the photographer. If not the advertisers, who? In some cases, people are willing [...]