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How to Keep Your Revenues after Google’s Ad-Block Release

by    |    Aug 10, 2019    |       4 min read


As you may have heard, on February 15th Google will release its forthcoming Chrome Ad-block. From this date on, Google will start blocking ads that are deemed “unacceptable” by the “Coalition for Better Ads,” a group of media companies, industry groups, and brands that counts Google and Facebook among its members.

We believe that the upcoming changes present a fantastic opportunity to try the features, components and various monetization solutions we have been developing over the past months. Since its inception, RevenueHits has aimed at helping publishers monetize their websites using high-performing ad types, without abusing their visitors’ user-experience, avoiding using obtrusive or unpopular ad types like full-page ads, ads with auto-playing sound and video or flashing ads, which are among the types Google will be banning.

We at RevenueHits have been familiar with the expected addition for quite a while, and we have been making tremendous efforts in development to ensure that all our traffic monetization solutions comply with Google’s new regulation to keep your revenues safe.

Here’s how Google’s Changes May Affect Your Website

Even though these changes may sound serious, there is no reason to panic. The Chrome Ad-blocker is Google’s attempt to remove intrusive ads from sites and improve the overall ad experience of the users.

The RevenueHits Compliance team has been working to ensure our ads comply with the new regulations. However, if you received an email from Google, saying your website either violates the “better ads standards” or has “Abusive experience” – don’t worry! According to Google’s new policy, we have, 30 days to fix it. Together.

So, what should you do?

  1. Contact your Account manager or the RevenueHits support team for instructions and further assistance.
  2. Once you get your guidelines from us, test your website on the Ad Experience Report Tool as follows:

Ad Experience Report

First, upload your site to Google’s Ad Experience Report Tool to verify which specific ad is in violation, and second, get back to us for further assistance.

Once fixed, it’s necessary to send your site to a new Google review in order to remove the warning label from your site.

Check your website to make sure RevenueHits ads successfully meet Google’s new standards. It’s Important to know that If your website has one ad that fails Google’s standards, they will block all your ads.


Currently, we recommend using the following RevenueHits monetization solutions:

RevenueHits’ New Hybrid Pop. Here’s how you do it:

1. Go to the “Placements” section and click “New placement”.


2. Choose the Popunder ad type.


3. Fill the basic information, choose “Hybrid Tag” in the “Anti Ad-Block Options” menu, and click SAVE.

4. Click on </> next to the new placement you created and copy the code that appears in the “Tag Code” box.

5. Paste your hybrid code in the body of your site’s HTML.

RevenueHits Banners. Follow these steps:

1. Go to the “Placements” section and click “New placement”.


2. Choose the Banner ad type.


3. Fill in the required information, choose the size you wish and click SAVE.


4. Click on </> next to the new placement you created and copy the code that appears in the “Tag Code” box.


5. Paste your code in the body of your site’s HTML.

Please contact our support team or your personal account manager to get more solutions that will let you keep your amazing performance with RevenueHits!

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