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To opt out, have your server to respond with a 421 HTTP status code when Googlebot attempts to crawl your site over h2.
In recent months, as people have opted to shop online rather than in-person the push to perfect e-commerce channels has only accelerated.
Apple has tried to appease concerns by saying it will delay the introduction of the opt-out policy for a year.
The most challenging aspect of the opt-in consent feature is Apple-mandated language that could scare many iPhone owners away.
To date, 69 players have decided to opt out of this season because of the coronavirus.
App developers — from Facebook to news publishers — fear that opt-in rates will be low, which would likely decrease the CPMs developers can charge advertisers.
For context, Poulton noted a nationwide client that had roughly 2 million sessions in June and saw 800 people opt out.
Industry observers expect opt-in rates to be low, reducing the lucrative CPMs that publishers and advertisers can charge for offering access to valuable audiences.
Consumers who opt for the plan can make a purchase and pay the merchant back over four interest-free installments, between $30 and $600, over a six-week period.
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