AdBlock, on one hand is excellent if you are a web surfer. It blocks annoying ads on the web and gives you neat and clean experience. On the other hand, it can be really a headache for bloggers like me because it decreases advertisement revenues and focuses monetary losses.
In this article I am listing some of the plugins that can be used to disable adblock.
This plugin detects if a visitor to your website has AdBlock software enabled. In this case, a notification will appear. You can set up this message in the middle of the page of the dimensions of the written text. Alternatively you can submit a picture and a possible redirect after a certain time set by you.
This plugin detects if a regular visitor to your blog (10 visits by default) has AdBlock software enabled. If so, it will display a floating notification message on the 11th visit to your visitor. You can set this message to humbly ask your loyal visitor to support your blog by turning off their AdBlock software, by making a small donation, or by writing about your blog (be creative!). By default, this message box will never show up again for that visitor.
BlockAlyzer counts how many of your visitors are using an ad blocker. You might use this to estimate the impact of adblock add-ons on your income from advertisement.
It is already nice to know your own data. But to get the idea of how bad you are affected, I added a benchmark feature to compare your data with the data from other sites with the same language and topic. The benchmark feature is completely voluntarily. No data will be send without you knowing.
This plugin displays a nice notice to them explaining the situation. The interface has two options, the okay button will reload the page upon clicking it (hopefully they would have disabled ad-block), the other button will simply close the message box. If the option to stop nagging visitors for the entire duration of their session on your website is set, then upon clicking the decline button, the message will only show again next time they visit your website.