Based on the extension as posted by @phwd, I've created a simple script that is designed to do exactly one thing: remove in-video advertisements.
Simple installation instructions for Firefox
Go to https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/addon/greasemonkey/ and press the green installation button
After installation of the add-on, restart Firefox
While on the ad video, right click on the content and choose Copy debug info. Then paste the content in any textarea or editor (such as notepad) and search for the line consisting ad_debug_videoId value, e.g.
Once you copy the text string, you can replace it with your original video, e.g.
A business account allows you to separate ads, campaign settings, and billing information from your personal LinkedIn account and share access to this account with others. You can also assign other members to various roles on the account:
An ad-blocking HOSTS file like the MVPS one will do the trick. (It'll block ad servers for every app on your system and I can personally confirm that the MVPS one does kill whatever servers YouTube pulls ads from)
They've got simplified instructions for Windows 7 at the top of this page:
I never saw a "overlay" ad on a Stack Exchange site that looked like that (overlays the question list, with a close button on the top right).
Besides the fact that the ad itself looks and sounds suspect (all "earn thousands of dollars for a few hours working from home" ads are suspect, especially when they use the name of a company like Google, but ...
The reason that Tumblr is a bad place for advertising is that the majority of people are reblogging/liking/viewing from their dashboards. It's only that rare visit from someone new that will give you a view.
Wordpress.com is also a bad place because their TOS does not allow you to place your own ads (since it's free). They'll place ads on your site if your ...
According to Facebook for Business, you can see it under Manage Your Ads, which is different than the preview you only see while creating the ad. If this isn't working for you, you're welcome to link it and I'll screenshot what I see. Note, however, you don't have to be logged into Facebook to see Facebook content. It's just better formatted when you are.
I'm all for sci-hub and I don't really mind extra boxes asking e.g. for donations, but I really don't see the point of annoying boxes that don't adapt to non-Russian speakers (and also top bars that don't scroll away.
To programmatically do away with those boxes, you can use the following userscript. I use it on Tampermonkey over Google Chrome, but you can ...
Wikipedia itself needs advertisements to draw people inside, so I guess (warning! only a guess) Wikipedia (strictly speaking, Wikimedia) itself pays for that.
Another consideration: AD providers like Google's AdSense are to pay, instead of to be paid. So Wikipedia may tried to earn a little money by putting itself on AdSense, and, god knows how, appeared ...
Using AdBlock Plus, I removed the offending div olympics_medal_div.
Go to Filter Preferences > Custom Filters.
Create a new filter group (Add filter group) and give it a name, e.g. "Yahoo Mail". Alternatively, use an existing filter group.
Create a new filter (Add filter) with the Filter rule yahoo.com###olympics_medal_div. The triple hash defines ...
The closest thing I can think of is a greasemonkey script to hide the video when username is equal to whatever expression you want, however the page would have been loaded so technically the uploader would stick get a click through link.
Just like a check this link and a pdf appear, having 8 pages.
Then it shows same Russian options at sides and at top.
If you want to remove those then got to
option of your browser after right click on that box
It will show a html tag inside a <div........> tag
Remove that DIV tag by PRESSING delete button
There is a browser extension called Social Fixer that can, among many other things, permanently hide parts of Facebook pages.
You can get it at http://socialfixer.com for Firefox, Chrome, Opera, and Safari.
After it's installed, hover over the Suggested Groups section, and an X should appear. Clicking the X will hide the area permanently (or until you ...
If you go to Ads Manager section, for a simple, basic campaign created with Promote Page buton in Facebook, you can see detailed information about all your ads campaigns.
Second column there says Cost $0.32 Page Likes, which may lead us to a conclusion, that you're paying for each new Like to your page, marked as Paid (so, excluding those marked as Organic)....
When you set your Facebook ads for Page likes you see the following at the bottom
Your bid will be optimized to get more Page likes. You will be charged every time someone is shown your ad.
So you are being charged for whoever saw your ad. Checking what your bid is set at should give you a better idea. There is no real promise of accurate likes, only an ...
What I've learnt so far is that:
If you're logged as regular user (private profile), particular Facebook Page's owner you can see new "Your Ads" box in top-right corner of your Home, containing today and monthly stats for you ad campaign -- post engagements and page likes. You can click any of these two values to get to the New Insights page, containing ...
First of all, try blocking Third-Party Cookies. Most of these retargeting ads are run by scripts that won't be able to drop their own cookies if they aren't from the same domain as the site you're visiting.
There are a few more things you can do, depending on your choice of browser. Adblock-type plugins (available for Chrome or Firefox) will often block the ...
Banner ads aren't a feature of Tumblr as yet. One possible culprit is the "IWantThis!" browser extension according to this article, which injects ads onto pages you visit.
The easiest way to check is probably to run through the uninstall instructions for your browser provided at the end of the FAQ here.
It sometimes happens in AdSense by chance, but the publisher cannot control it. Well ordinary AdSense publishers cannot - I don't know if it's possible for the premium account folks, who have a lot more options.
And sorry, but I don't know any services that offer multiple ad-units from the same campaign per page.
Of course it's possible. But hell it's possible with any ad. You could be researching xyz's embarrassing condition and click an ad there and, the same thing could happen. It's really hard to actually maintain your anonymity. So technically it's possible, but most good companies would respect your privacy and the ones that don't most likely wouldn't be an ad ...
It's theoretically possible to narrow down the group to about 10-20 people if you know enough about your target's profile. However, targeting a particular user's friends is the kind of privacy violation that nobody wants. The only allowed kind of "friend targeting" is showing ads to friends of your current fans, e.g. "Your friend Jack likes this page".
The newer versions of AdBlock Plus come with a default whitelist of preapproved sites, than you have to turn off if you want to block all ads - this even led to people forking the extension for 'betraying' users etc.
From what I read, the sites have to apply for whitelisting - if your favorite sites don't do that, I'm not sure if there are other subs that ...