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Will Ad Blocking Usher in an Unhappy New Year for Publishers?

Publishers reap most of their revenue from online advertising, and that means 2018 could be an even leaner time than the last several years have been. More readers are using ad blocking software, and Google is preparing to begin blocking ads in its Chrome browser. Already struggling to keep the lights on, publishers are in...
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