The issue is that because of the use of SPAM and heavy handed cold market advertising, in which the annoying and intrusive ads which turn up without permission or stop you from enjoying the online information, reduce the user experience, Adblockers have become highly successful. For the legitimate and well intentioned digital marketer, blogger, social media marketer, or email campaigner, they are becoming a stronger and stronger nuisance.
Ads which are targeted based on personal likes and dislikes are attempting to offer specific deals to specific crowds, these are best to not be ignored. Often, high quality companies offer great deals which would save customers money if they were able to see the special link. They may even visit anyway and pay full price, because of the adblocker.
Something that I really enjoy seeing is ad feedback options. If I can inform the software that I like this ad, because of the product it contains or the market it is aimed at in general, it improves my chances of being shown something that could well improve my life. This goes too for the dislike option, I love being able to define what I do not want to see as much as what I do. This really improves my experience.
With a moral of considerate advertising, and targeted ads being placed with ethical use of language and funnel, organic ads providing in depth information and keywords combined, and no agenda to push it in people's faces, perhaps the culture of the strict adblocker can be slowly reversed. People take care, time, and energy to build effective and worthwhile sites, if their only method of getting a return is hampered because something was annoying in the 90s when flash ads made a racket unless you clicked them, it's not giving them a fair chance.
I'm all for adblocking, when the ads are annoying or inappropriate, and for some things perhaps it is required but with growing technologies in place to bypass their filters, to become part of their trusted list by default by manner of wealth or popularity, and the culture of requesting ratings on value to the ads to the user, perhaps it's time the world caught on a bit more to the harmlessness and intended helpfulness of the majority of what we are shown.