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Webpass.io is the start of a journey towards a better internet. Enjoy websites without advertisements, while supporting the creators whose work you love, through a single monthly subscription. Works with your existing adblocker!
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An interview on socketloop.com with co-founder and developer of Webpass.io, Mark Saward, about Golang and diversity.

https://www.socketloop.com/blogs/interview-with-mark-saward-lead-developer-of-webpass-io-from-melbourne-australia
Interview with Mark Saward, Lead Developer of Webpass.io from Melbourne, Australia
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Some thoughts on why people are driven to adblockers https://webpass.io/blog/2015/11/2/irrelevant_advertisements
Irrelevant Advertisements. Last Updated: November 14, 2015 8:57 am (UTC). Advertising companies are trying to work out what to do about adblockers. Adblockers are easy to install, and very effective at turning off ads. Advertisers want to find a way to keep people willing to view advertisements, ...
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AdBlock Plus to introduce independent board for their Acceptable Ads program. These are advertisements which are deemed 'acceptable', and are let through by the popular adblocker by default. Users can, though, opt out of the acceptable ads list, and other popular adblockers may not include the whitelist as well.

http://bit.ly/1j1vzYm

AdBlock Plus to introduce independent board to oversee Acceptable Ads program
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Today we are pleased to announce that our paid plans are available to everyone! You are now able to sign up to a paid plan, and start financially supporting websites in providing you with no ads. Putting money forward is one of the best way to convince publishers that even though we may not want ads, we are willing to support them in other ways.

https://webpass.io/blog/2016/4/12/paid_plans_available
Paid Plans Available! Last Updated: April 13, 2016 12:06 am (UTC). Paid Plans Available! Today we are pleased to announce that our paid plans are available to everyone! You are now able to sign up to a paid plan, and start financially supporting websites in providing you with no ads.
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Why choose Webpass.io over Google Contributor? Find out in our latest post: https://webpass.io/blog/2016/1/11/webpassio_over_google_contributor
Why Choose Webpass.io Over Google Contributor. Last Updated: January 19, 2016 11:48 am (UTC). Services like Webpass.io and Google Contributor are trying to solve a problem. Many visitors to websites don't want advertisements, so they use an adblocker. While an adblocker works great at removing ...
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Dean Murphy behind the iOS adblocker Crystal put a survey to his newsletter subscribers, and had over 800 responses. It asked reasons why they use an adblocker, and also in what ways they would like to support their favourite sites.

22% said they would like to support with money -- about half of such users would pay to remove ads, and the other half would pay for extra content! Webpass.io gives websites an easy way to provide both of these services for visitors.


http://murphyapps.co/blog/2015/9/22/why-are-people-using-content-blockers
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Webpass.io blog is now live, and our inaugural post is up http://bit.ly/1MW8Mtw! This will be a regular place for our thoughts on adblockers, advertising, and Webpass.io. Subscribe to the feed to stay up to date.

Webpass.io Inaugural Post
Webpass.io Inaugural Post. September 29, 2015 1:13 am (UTC) by saward. Welcome to the inaugural blog post for the Webpass.io blog! This will become a regular place for us to post our thoughts on advertising, alternative revenue for websites, adblockers, and, of course, Webpass.io.
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