Advertisement blocker technology has been popular among customers for years, and its presence continues to grow. According to a report from PageFair, the global use of ad blockers increased by 30 percent during the past year.
Customers may be happy with the software, but marketers and publishers are in the opposite camp. Some publishers depend on advertising as a key source of revenue, while others count it as their primary means of paying the bills. Meanwhile, marketers often use display advertising to engage a targeted audience.
However, with ad blockers becoming so common, it's almost impossible to build a marketing strategy without taking this hurdle into account. Here are some tips for adjusting your digital strategy to better consider the implications of ad blockers — and how you might be able to overcome the technology.