What is Google Content Blocker? Google’s
mission is to organize the world’s advertising for maximum exposure to Web
users. Unfortunately, annoying Web content often overwhelms the page, causing
many users to become distracted and overlook the ads.
That’s where Google Content Blocker comes in. It effectively blocks
all Web site content,
leaving only the advertisements.
How does Google Content Blocker work? After you install Google Content Block, just surf the Web as you
normally do. When we find a site that has content, we will block
that content so you see only the ads. It all happens automatically,
with no effort on your part.
What types of ads will I see? Once the content is removed from a Web site, you will
see all of the original ads, unencumbered by annoying content. The ads
fall into two categories:.
Blocker does not block other ads. This is consistent with the
"we are not evil" spirit that our PR department always talks
What can I do once the content is removed?
Click on the ads: Just click
’em (you don’t even have to read ’em). Every time you click an
ad, money changes hands. As an option, you can install the
free Google Content Blocker "ka-ching!" audio support file.
Look at the ads: You probably
already know that ads are interesting, entertaining, and
informative. So look at them. You may not even realize it, but
just looking at an ad will help our advertisers because
eventually you’re going to click on that sucker.
Click on the ads: Use your mouse.
Move the mouse pointer over an ad, then click the mouse
Tell your friends about the ads:
Tell them how cute and funny the ads are, and tell them how to
find them. Also tell them to click on the ads.
Click on the ads: If you see an ad,
click it. It’s as easy as that.
How does Google Content Blocker work? You’re probably too dumb to understand the technicalities, but
we’ll tell you anyway. We install special top-secret proprietary
software on your system. When you browser to a Web site, this
software examines the document. Ads are displayed, and everything
else is hidden.
What type of Web content is blocked? How many times do we have to tell you? Everything is blocked
except the ads. It’s not rocket science. One more time. Repeat
after me: If it’s an ad, it’s not blocked. If it’s not an ad, it’s blocked. Got that?
What if I use this along with an ad
blocker? You figure it out, Einstein. You’ll get
nothing. Not a goddamned thing. A white page with nothing on it.
Zilch. Nada. Nothingness. Only morons use an ad blocker.
What if I click on a page that has
no ads? A Web site with
no ads? What do you think this is, 1991? The chances of that happening are very small.
In such a case, we will insert some randomly selected Google
AdSense ads so you’ll have something to read.
Does Google keep track of the
content that’s blocked?
Of course we do. It goes into our database along with every site
you’ve ever visited or even thought about visiting. As always, we
I’m an advertiser. How can I get
more people to use this valuable tool? Google has established business relationships with some of the
leading spyware companies. Our partners are working diligently to
patch their software so Google Content Blocker is installed
automatically. Within 4-6 months, 92% of all computers in the world will
have Google Content Blocker installed. Then, for all intents and
purposes, the Web will be completely content-free.
Google is committed to collecting every bit of data that
it possibly can, and storing it forever. You just never know when it might
be useful. We recognize that privacy is an important issue, but we’ve
gotten so pervasive that we don’t even need to be concerned about it. It’s
not like you’re going to stop using Google, right? Therefore, we didn’t even
think about your privacy when we designed and built Google Content Blocker
page anyway, just because everyone else does it. It’s not like anyone will
ever read it.
If you want privacy, go into the bathroom and lock the door. You
ain’t gonna get in on the Web, so don’t kid yourself. We pretty much know
everything there is to know about you — and it’s pretty boring. Get a life,