What’s the difference between ad-free and ad-supported websites?

  • August 21, 2021

India is the only country in the world where you can’t run ads on any of its major internet portals.

The government is keen to see how well ad-friendly sites fare on its new, non-profit portal, which is supposed to help people across the country get around the country.

It will be a first for India, with its nearly 7 lakh internet users, and the government is also expected to see a few major changes.

One of the big ones, as we’ve noted before, is that people will be able to choose which websites they want to see ads for.

In the meantime, you can still enjoy the site in ad-hoc mode if you don’t want to pay for it.

India has a total of 15 billion monthly internet users.

It’s an important country to be in, with the country one of the fastest growing economies in the region.

India’s internet is also being built on a largely free model.

But that model has its flaws.

India still requires ads for most of its content.

And for a lot of people, it’s hard to get them to pay.

This is one of those issues where we are seeing the need for a better, ad-based solution.

The India Times advertiser profile shows that more than 2.4 billion people in India are paying to view their content on the portal.

That means that if ads don’t appear on most of these pages, they won’t make much difference to the overall user experience.

The website will also provide you with a link to a paid version of your content if you are interested in seeing ads.

The portal is expected to have 3 million users by the end of the year, and it is expected that the government will roll out ads for a larger share of the population by the second half of this year.

A lot of sites that are paid for, like news aggregators and news aggregator services, will also get ads, although the revenue won’t be the same.

And there will be some small-scale ads, such as an ad for a coffee shop that will be displayed on the home page of the portal after you have clicked on it.

Ads will also be available for some more niche content, such a video-sharing service.

The portal is also expecting to have a large number of paid subscriptions, and people who are subscribers to one of these services will be eligible for ads as well.

India is also the only major country in Asia to not have a government-mandated government-run portal.

What is the content of the new portal? 

According to the government, the portal will have about 60 categories of content, including news, politics, business, technology, sports, lifestyle and entertainment.

You can see the categories of the pages below. 

It is expected the portal is likely to have about 70 categories of information, including finance, insurance, technology and manufacturing.

The information categories are expected to be fairly broad.

There will be lots of categories on the finance side, for example, but not too much information on the business side, either.

How many pages will there be? 

It’s estimated that the portal, currently, will have around 70 million pages.

There are some caveats to this, however.

The pages may be relatively small in size, since they are intended for use by an average user.

The same goes for the information categories.

The news section is expected have about 150 million page views, while the finance section may have up to 500 million pageviews. 

How do I get started?

The website will be hosted by the Ad-Free Network, an ad-serving platform. 

The Ad-free Network has launched an ad hosting platform called AdHive. 

A few months ago, the government launched a pilot of the AdHIVE platform in the country, which offered a paid subscription service that allowed people to browse the internet without ads.

In India, the website has been very successful, with a userbase of more than one million.

AdHives has been rolled out to other Indian markets, too, with plans for a similar platform in India. 

What is AdHiveness?

AdHive is a paid service that allows users to browse ads without paying.

The service allows users of all internet-based platforms to view ads on their own websites, and AdHively also offers users the ability to search for content to view, as well as add links to websites that offer paid ads. 

Where will the money go?

The government hopes to spend about Rs 5,000 crore ($7,400 crore) on the new AdHIV platform, which the government has already signed a deal to purchase with private equity firm Tiger Global.

It is expected there will also also be a loan for the infrastructure costs. 

Who is in the new government-funded portal?

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been an ardent supporter of ad-heavy sites for years.

In April, he told the

Google and Coca-Cola to begin trial of ad blocking technology

  • August 20, 2021

Google is launching a trial of a new ad blocking software to curb its advertising dominance.

The advertising specialist said on Monday that it would begin testing its ad blocking solution, dubbed AdBlock Plus, on ads for Coca-cola, which is facing scrutiny in Europe after the company was accused of deceiving consumers.

The company said the trial would begin with ad-supported services such as YouTube and Netflix and ad-blocking applications such as AdBlock.

The trial, the first in Europe, comes after a yearlong research effort by Google.

Google and Coca Cola did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

The move is the latest in a string of moves by the world’s largest tech company, which has been facing criticism over its practices in China and other Asian countries.

A series of high-profile court cases in Europe and the US has also made it difficult for Google to maintain dominance in those markets.

Coca-Cola said it had no immediate comment.