We plea you to read this before you use an ablock extension on a nice truthful content site.Overall,if you are doing that you are killing the free internet.Read How ??
It’s no secret that we’re not huge fans of Adblock here at NavsinghOrg. But we know that some of you won’t let go of Adblock until it’s pried out of your cold, dead hands. If you must use Adblock, you can still support NavsinghOrg and other websites you love by whitelisting us.
It’s time for a truce between Adblock users and respectful advertisers. Go ahead and block ads on websites that abuse your browser with pop-ups and videos. But help support NavsignhOrg and the websites you love by letting our ads through. We hate bad ads too, and we don’t allow the worst offenders on our website.
We hate Bad ads Too.. But please dont hate us
There are good ads and bad ads, websites that respect users and ones that abuse them, and it’s a mistake to treat them all the same way. Pulling the trigger on even the most unobtrusive of text ads was a push too far.
We don’t like bad ads here at Navsingh. We don’t have pop-ups or video ads. If you see any, let us know and we’ll block them. We can’t vet every advertisement before it appears on our website, so an occasional bad one might slip through. But we do our best to keep our ads in line.
But I Never Click Ads Anyway (is it True??)
Many people think that, because they never click on ads, it doesn’t matter whether they block them or not. This is far from true. Some ads pay websites per impression, so every time the ad loads, the website makes money — a tiny amount of money that gradually adds up.
Whenever you load a page on our website, you cost us money. Advertising helps defray that cost and pay us so we can keep the website alive and running.
Your Business Model Isn’t My Problem
Websites need money to survive. Even if we writers, editors, and web developers could work for free – and we can’t; we all need money to live – web hosting and bandwidth aren’t free. I know you’ve heard this a million times before, and the comeback is always that it’s not the readers’ problem that our business model depends on advertising.
But what are some alternative business models we could use?
- Paywalls – We could charge you a monthly subscription fee to read our website, like The New York Times does.
- Sponsored Content – If the advertising and the content is the same, there’s no way to block the advertising. How would you like to read a review of Windows 8 that was sponsored by Microsoft?
- Microtransactions – You could pay a small amount – maybe five cents – to read each post. How fun would it be to pay for every article you read on the Web?
- Donations – Wikipedia provides a website free of advertising, but they have to ask for donations to do it.
- We get paid to create awesome content, you get to read it for free – and advertisers and big corporations foot the bill. Doesn’t that sound like a good deal?
We Have a Choice to Make
We believe passionately in giving you high-quality free stuff. Advertising makes that possible. We don’t want to charge you money or engage in the blog equivalent of product placement.
If you like our website and want to preserve a Web that’s free to use, without paywalls all over the place, please whitelist us. This doesn’t just apply to our site — please whitelist every site you love and want to support.
If you want paywalls and product placement, then use Adblock on every website. It’s your choice. Every time you load a website with Adblock enabled, you’re casting a vote against the kind of free content you’ll find here.
Thanks for reading