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    Default NorthShore AirPremium Breathable Briefs Now Available

    We now have sizes Small through X-Large available of the new NorthShore AirPremium Briefs at:

    http://www.northshorecare.com/diaper...um-briefs.html

    These are a less bulky, less expensive version of our popular AirSupreme cloth-like briefs (25% cheaper!!) which makes them ideal for day and/or nighttime use.

    The AirPremium brief has the same great refastenable tapes and white clothlike exterior as the AirSupremes. However, the absorbent core is a little shorter which makes them fit a little better for those where Medium was just a bit too tight in our other briefs. The absorbency is about 25% reduced and bulkiness about 50% reduced. Plus, the core is much softer and less rigid than AirSupremes yet still wicks & stays together very well when saturated without clumping.

    I look forward to hearing your feedback on the new AirPremiums. We are offering coupon code NEW10 for 10% off AirPremium briefs and Free Shipping on your whole order, even if you only try one bag of the new briefs!! Note coupon is one-time use only and free shipping is only valid within contiguous US (sorry no PO boxes).


    Sincerely,
    Adam
    President/Owner

    NorthShore Care Supply
    www.northshorecare.com

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    The northshore diaper ads had finally stopped appearing in the banner and sidebar ads at many sites I visit regularly, until I returned to your site to place an order. Now I'm being bombarded from many directions by more diaper ads on those sites again... is this your ad affiliation getting me, or are they somehow getting my browsing history from some other method?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bambinod View Post
    The northshore diaper ads had finally stopped appearing in the banner and sidebar ads at many sites I visit regularly, until I returned to your site to place an order. Now I'm being bombarded from many directions by more diaper ads on those sites again... is this your ad affiliation getting me, or are they somehow getting my browsing history from some other method?

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    It's not Northshore that's putting ads in your browser, it's actually Google, and other ad software that saves your search criteria and turns your search results in to ads in websites with the ads.

    Adam has listed steps to remove those ads. It's not permanent, and will return when you search or visit websites.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NorthShoreAdam View Post
    For ads on other site...

    If they are from us, you can opt-out by clicking on the Ad Choices triangle in the corner of the ad.
    This particular ad is shown on the right of Slashdot.org, under the "from the web" advertisements list, with a bag of northshore diapers pretty much always at the top of the list. Clicking on the tablooa blue triangle, I have to scour the page to find the tiny links, and figure out the right one because they're not named usefully. Then I repeat that process again. They don't make this obvious or easy:

    This content was picked for you by Taboola because we thought you would like it or based on your interests and/or visits to previous websites. This content is paid for by the advertiser whose ad you clicked on. ​

    Taboola adheres to the Digital Advertising Alliance Self-Regulatory Principles for Online Behavioral Advertising, a program run by the Digital Advertising Alliance and the Digital Advertising Alliance Canada with the goal of providing Internet users transparency and control. AdChoices Opt Out Options (US), AdChoices Opt Out Options (CA).
    (link takes me to https://www.aboutads.info/consumers/)
    (find a TINY link to http://www.aboutads.info/choices/)


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    Amobee, Inc
    status currently unavailableConnexity (formerly Shopzilla)
    12DigitMedia
    33Across
    Accuen
    ActionX
    AcuityAds Inc.
    Adara
    Adblade Premium Ad Network
    Adbrain
    AddThis (including XGraph)
    Adelphic
    AdGear Technologies, Inc.
    Adobe Marketing Cloud - Advertising Services
    AdReady, Inc.
    AdRoll
    Aggregate Knowledge, Inc.
    Amazon Ad System
    AOL Advertising
    Arbor (Pippio)
    Atlas Solutions, LLC.
    Audience Trust, LLC.
    AudienceScience, Inc.
    Bazaarvoice, Inc.
    Beeswax
    BlueKai Inc.
    Brightroll, Inc.
    Catalina BuyerVision
    ChoiceStream, Inc.
    Choozle
    Circulate.com
    Collective Media, Inc.
    Conversant
    Criteo
    Cross Pixel, Inc.
    Crosswise, Ltd.
    Datalogix, Inc.
    DataXu Inc.
    Datonics (formerly AlmondNet Data Division)
    Defy Media (formerly Break Media)
    Drawbridge, Inc.
    Dstillery (formerly Media6Degrees)
    eXelate
    Experian Marketing Services
    Exponential Interactive (formerly Tribal Fusion)
    Eyeota
    eyeReturn Marketing
    Eyeview, Inc.
    Ezakus
    Facebook Inc.
    Flashtalking
    FreeWheel
    G4 Native (Formerly Triggit)
    Gamut
    Google Inc.
    Groupon, Inc.
    GumGum, Inc.
    Healthy Offers, Inc.
    IgnitionOne / Netmining
    Index
    Inflection Point Media
    Innovid
    Intent Media
    iPromote
    Kargo Global, Inc.
    KBM Group
    Krux Digital, Inc.
    LinkedIn
    LiveIntent, Inc.
    LiveRail Inc.
    LiveRamp, an Acxiom company
    Lotame Solutions, Inc.
    Madison Logic
    MAGNETIC
    Markit On Demand
    MaxPoint Interactive, Inc.
    Media Innovation Group (MIG)
    Media.Net
    MediaForge
    MediaMath, Inc.
    Microsoft Advertising
    Mode Media (formerly Glam media)
    NetSeer Inc.
    Neustar (formerly TARGUSinfo)
    OpenX
    Optimatic Media, Inc.
    OwnerIQ
    Parrable
    PubMatic
    Pulpo Media Inc.
    Pulsepoint
    Qualia (formerly BlueCava)
    Quantcast
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    google has very few catgeory based ads, nothing specifically saying "triggered by sites you visit", and there's no "diapers" category.

    microsoft forwards me fairly quickly to the same one as tabloo had buried above.

    I have no "categories of interest" at yahoo.

    I opted out of criteo.

    Considering how needle-in-a-haystack this is looking to be, I suppose it makes more sense to give you the link clicking on it takes me to, to figure out who's getting paid for the click?

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    It sounds like Google Adsense. Right click on the blue arrow on the top right of the add, and click "don't show this advertisement". They'll stip, until you visit the page again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by welostme View Post
    It sounds like Google Adsense. Right click on the blue arrow on the top right of the add, and click "don't show this advertisement". They'll stip, until you visit the page again.
    The ads are in groups of 2 or 3, vertically. Clicking anywhere on the ad takes me wherever it's for, there are no icons or links anywhere as part of the ads.
    At the bottom it says "sponsored links by taboola" and has a blue triangle logo thing that's clickable, that opens a java popup window with more info and several links. Go look for yourself. http://www.slashdot.org/

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    If it is an ad for a specific product, it is likely through Criteo.



    Quote Originally Posted by bambinod View Post

    google has very few catgeory based ads, nothing specifically saying "triggered by sites you visit", and there's no "diapers" category.

    microsoft forwards me fairly quickly to the same one as tabloo had buried above.

    I have no "categories of interest" at yahoo.

    I opted out of criteo.

    Considering how needle-in-a-haystack this is looking to be, I suppose it makes more sense to give you the link clicking on it takes me to, to figure out who's getting paid for the click?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bambinod View Post
    At the bottom it says "sponsored links by taboola"
    Taboola is shady as hell, I've seen them attempt to serve up malicious ads before. They also broke something once in their slashdot ads that caused me to be redirected away from the front page of slashdot and to some kind of "sponsored stories" page filled with garbage links.

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    So, that's an interesting discussion on internet advertising. However, I am curious as to anyone having tried these yet? I admit, they have me quite interested as I could use a durable, discreet, highly functional, and yet slimmer diaper for my daytime use. I don't normally care for cloth backed designs, but I am interested in finding one specifically for the discreetness especially in handling a change in a public restroom.

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