http://blockthrough.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/chrome.jpg558930Sameena Velshihttp://blockthrough.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/logo-white-1.svgSameena Velshi2017-07-26 14:58:532017-07-26 15:01:53How Google’s Chrome plans will impact publishers, ad blockers, and the web
http://blockthrough.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/Antu_preferences-web-browser-adblock.svg.png768768Martin Kratky-Katzhttp://blockthrough.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/logo-white-1.svgMartin Kratky-Katz2017-02-01 15:33:562017-02-24 15:28:04Top 10 Things You Should (but probably didn’t) Know About Adblocking
http://blockthrough.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/hipster-working.jpg10011500Martin Kratky-Katzhttp://blockthrough.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/logo-white-1.svgMartin Kratky-Katz2016-09-29 08:20:352016-11-03 13:24:48Ad Blocking becomes mainstream in the UK
http://blockthrough.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/bg-header-1.jpg7801400Martin Kratky-Katzhttp://blockthrough.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/logo-white-1.svgMartin Kratky-Katz2016-09-29 08:19:062016-12-01 14:44:52Ad Blocking Is a Growing Problem, Particularly for Publishers says emarketer
Blockthrough believes in enabling publishers to rightfully get compensated for providing content through advertising, while at the same time, respecting the user experience of website visitors.
Accelerated Ad Reinsertion ™ re-establishes a fair deal between users and content creators by providing this delicate balance. Blockthrough believes in industry acceptable ads policies and does not support the use of ad formats deemed most intrusive or interruptive, such as 30 second unskippable video ads that play automatically, screen takeovers, pop ups and blinking ads — all ad types that directly disrupt the consumption of content.