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[For 1.8] [Sale] AD Block Identifier Plugin
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Hello,
After sometimes, I thought of creating a friendly way to decrease ad blockers at my site and came to a conclusion of creating this plugin.

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Through this plugin, admins can able to track exactly which users are using Ad Blockers and which are not, along with last used dates.
now admins can either PM them personally or add popup alert to only those users using this plugin by doing few clicks.
it gives easy access to admins to examine each ad blockers more carefully.

Features:
  • Admins can able to track each ad blocker user.
  • It comes with attractive charts which shows global records, the record of all forum users, how many are using ad blockers, and how many are not, and how many had ever used it but not currently using ( stopped using ad blockers).
  • Ability to show ad block alert popup to users selectively (admins can literally choose who should be shown the popups if they ever use ad blockers).
  • comes with effective ad block detection technique
  • Have a nice Popup layout ( easy to change that too ).
  • Popup have both, Dark as well as Light theme to choose from.
  • and few more
Current Price: $5 Only per Forum
Payment accepted via PayPal
Contact: PM or email: [email protected]

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#Bump,
Nearly everything is customisable.
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#Bump
Still on Sale Smile
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Interesting. From your experience have you seen bounce rate increase from having an ad block identifier enabled?
Hello I'm Wally, the administrator of Sharree.com
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(2019-12-21, 04:48 AM)Sharree Wrote: Interesting. From your experience have you seen bounce rate increase from having an ad block identifier enabled?

Not exactly, since I try to keep the self ad block notifier popup box Disabled by default at my forum and try to convince the users who are using the ad blocker, and if they still aren't disabling the ad blocker then I try to enable the ad block popup specifically for that user, and till now I see it works for me.
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