You’ve probably been offered an ad on an ad network you didn’t actually belong to.
Or you’ve fallen for an ad that appears on a third-party website.
Or, perhaps, you’ve got a dodgy site that’s trying to get you to spend money.
In any case, you should check with your advertising network to make sure you’re safe.
In this article, we’ll explain how to block a website from running your ads.
Find an ad you can’t run 1.
Get to know the website You can get a look at what the website is about, if you’re willing to look at the domain, or the email address it sends you.
The website may offer more information on its advertising policies, or you can try contacting the website directly.
In either case, the website may have a contact form for you to use.
If your ad is running, try checking to see if there’s a way to stop it.
For example, if an ad is appearing on a mobile site that has a link to a site that runs an ad blocker, it may be that you can block the mobile ad. 2.
Find out who is running your ad If you don’t know the owner of the website, you may need to contact the website owner.
This could be someone who owns the domain name, or someone who has control over the site.
If there’s no contact information available, you might need to look through the contact information for the site’s owner.
Block the ad If the site isn’t running an ad, you’ll need to find a way of stopping it.
This can be done using one of several different ad blocking tools.
You can block a site from running an advertisement if you don (or don’t want to) accept their terms.
This includes: blocking the site from sending out spam, tracking, advertising, and sending out offers