Would you pay to make ads disappear on sites?

Would you pay to make ads disappear on sites?

Postby no1home on Sat Nov 22, 2014 3:12 pm

The world's biggest online advertising platform, Google, is experimenting with a new feature that lets consumers pay to make its ads on other websites disappear.

Part crowd-funding, part ad-block, Google Contributor invites people to nominate a monthly subscription fee of between $US1 and $US3 to remove Google Ads from participating websites, with "part" of your payment going directly to publishers when you visit their sites. Ads are replaced with a thank-you message. Andrea Faville, a spokeswoman for the California-based tech giant, said 10 sites were testing the service, including Mashable, The Onion, WikiHow, imgur, Urban Dictionary and Science Daily.

http://www.smh.com.au/digital-life/digi ... 1r383.html

This is a no brainer and a money maker.

Majority would pay for the relieve from annoying ads, but which is is? 1 or 3 dollars or making it up as they go along. Either way people are tired of ads on TV and internet sites, but what happens to the companys bottom line if their ads are not reaching a lot of people.
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