To give you editorial control over the ads that may appear on your site, AdSense offers several options for reviewing and blocking ads. There are various reasons why you might not want certain ads to show on your site. You may have content or business reasons, or philosophical issues. Maybe you have a vegan food blog and you don’t want to show an ad for a steakhouse. Maybe you find an ad that’s a violation of Google policies and shouldn’t be there.
When networks are blocked, they can’t buy your inventory, but your inventory is still viewable in their targeting tools. If a buyer attempts to target ads from the blocked network to your inventory, the ads won’t run. Google AdSense system will always show the highest paying ads, whether the ads come from Google Ads or an ad network.
If you block an ad network it might have a negative revenue impact because the blocked network won’t compete in the auction on your site, and therefore won’t drive up potential earnings for your ad space. Ad blocking should be used sparingly. Allowing all ads creates the most competitive atmosphere in the ad auction, with the largest number of ads possible competing for an impression.
To run Google AdSense bulk unblock script you have to use Chrome browser.
- Go to Google Adsense
- Proceed to Brand safety > Content > Blocking controls > Manage Ad networks
- Press SHIFT + CTRL + I (Windows) or CMD + OPT + I (Mac) on your keyboard or right click anywhere on the browser and select “Inspect Element” or click on Chrome menu icon at the top-right corner of your browser window and then go to More tools > Developer Tools.
- Select the “Console” tab.
- Copy and paste the code below to console and press “Enter”.
document.querySelector('.blocked-networks-table material-toggle .checked').click();