Beware of advertisers wearing search clothes...
I do not see any ads from anyone not on a whitelist, and that list is blank. When ad slingers stop being the rude shitasses that they are, I will stop blocking them. Then I woke up...
I have said this before and I will say it again. A product that is worth having does not need an annoying ad to sell it. Actually, the ad causes the opposite effect, all but guaranteeing a boycott of said product.
If I was a marketer, the first thing I would want to know is how many actual human eyeballs gandered at my wares. The second thing I would be interested in is how many of those folks bought said product as a result of the ad being viewed by them.
I would not be shocked to know that most of my hard work was being blocked because some asshat in the production squad thought it might generate brisk sales if they pestered the absolute shit out of all who saw the ad, resulting in sales tanking.
A case in point: An ad for Hershey's chocolate is five to ten seconds long, about the average attention span of a brain dead failbuckian on a fondleslab. The product enjoys record sales every year.
An ad for that power stepping shoe insert is at least five minutes long, if it is not on one of those hour long infomercial crap shows. The product is a scam, though. It's makers are slick enough to get around the regs.
Do you see a pattern? If it looks like a turd, smells like a turd, etc., it really is a turd. Believe it and quit fooling yourself. It ain't free, and the shipping charges are hidden. Turn the damn thing off already and go do something productive with your life.