Why do you go online? Is it how you get your daily work done? Or maybe you use it to do research for school. Many people go online to use social media. But studies show that for 93% of us, each and every time our internet time begins with a search engine. When information can be found within a second, is it any wonder that the internet has become such an ingrained part of our lives?
There are only two downsides to turning to the internet for our needs. One problem is the trouble of finding what you are searching for. The other is the advertisements that pop-up on every page. We know, of course, that the services of the internet are not free exactly. But it is still annoying to see bright flashing advertisements when you just want information.
The first problem is not only an irritation experie