Block all advertisement on Search Engines

Ads blocker plugin for every browser
A search engine is a website that is can search the Internet for you on certain keywords, you probably know the most famous on “Google”. Today’s search engines are smart enough to understand your questions and show results that might be of interest for you. These search queries are based on previous searches in the engine. Back in the days people used various search engines before the arrival of Google. The most used engines around the year 1993-1997 are Go.com, Altavista, Lycos, HotBot, Ask Jeeves and Yahoo directory. These days most of these search engines are lost in time and almost everybody prefers to use google.com, bing.com or yahoo.com. But there are still some potential underdogs such as Ask.com, AOL Search, DuckDuckGo and Info.com.

Block ads in search engines

We got adverts blockers for the search engine you use on any browser. You probably don’t want any annoying pop-ups, banners, sponsored pages or any other advertisement in your online experience? Right, just follow our simple guides.

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4 thoughts on “Block all advertisement on Search Engines”

  1. I have websites that are free to use, offering information to people that helps them in their own life. I pay to host my sites, spend my time (lots of it) answering questions for people and creating and editing my content. The only way I can do that is by showing ads on my pages. Don’t block ads on sites that you are getting good information from. I do understand about the ads that block content continuously, that is really annoying.
    This site is doing the same thing!

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  2. That doesn’t block the ads that are in the search results area, just the ones on sides, tops, bottom, etc… I need to do research, not buy anything. =(

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  3. For me ads in friendly and more user friendly is not bothering me. But some ads keeps floating and flying testing my nerves a lot. Thanks for this great content.

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