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Make yourself a favor: use Firefox, install the AdBlock extension, and add* in the blockable items.

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This entry "AWeber’s Forms Must Die" was posted on 04/12/2008 at 7:54 pm and is tagged with , , ,
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  1. Thank you so much for this tip! I can't stand the newsletter sign up popups anymore!

  2. Ozh says:

    Luciano Passuello » who can stand them, seriously? :)

  3. Name says:

    I actually wondered why so. I'm so rarely read websites and so haven't seen any of these forms!

  4. stratosg says:

    i haven't stumbled in anything like it either. but if i did i would have been annoyed too :)

  5. Team Nirvana says:


    Aweber is considered to be so useful Ozh. I have not used it personally. But, y this decision to block it??

    Any particular reasons? Can you explain?

  6. Ozh says:

    Team Nirvana » It's ugly as shit.

  7. Lorelle says:

    I agree. Thanks for the tip.

    Now, if I could find a way to kill off Google Ads in Gmail, which used to be easily done with a Greasemonkey Script, I'd be an even happier camper. I'm so sick and tired of seeing unrelated and disgusting ads when I read my email. I don't look, but sometimes they total stupidity of the "related" title distracts and I only think negative thoughts towards Google and any company who uses such tricks. I'd rather pay a small fee annually to use Gmail that suffer these stupid ads. Used to pay Hotmail until they got totally spammy.

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