How to Remove Skilled Marketing from Chrome

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Chrome is the most widely used browser today and it’s easy to see why – it’s free, fast, and reliable. However, there are certain features that some people may find useful while others may find them annoying. 


In this article, I’ll explain how you can remove the Google Chrome skill marketing from your browser using just two clicks of your mouse. Keep reading to learn how you can get rid of them permanently so you no longer have to worry about them!


What Is Skilled Marketing Chrome Extension? 


Skilled marketing chrome extension is a new browser extension that helps you remove skilled marketing. It works by using a proprietary algorithm that scores websites based on their skill level and assigns them one of three color categories: red, yellow, or green. 


Red means the website is not skilled and should be avoided, yellow means the website may have some skills but they are not well executed, and green means the website has excellent skills.


There’s also an ‘in-between’ category that tells you the site has good skills, but maybe just not enough to earn it a green rating.


The Chrome extension is free, quick and easy to install, and runs automatically in the background so it won’t slow your computer down at all! 


Now with this plugin, we can avoid all those sites with annoying popups and banners without having to spend hours scrolling through lists of ads. In fact, I recommend everyone installs this plugin because it makes navigating the internet much more enjoyable!


If you want to know if a website has any skills, then just click the extension icon and wait for it to analyze the page.


How to Remove Skilled Marketing From Chrome

First of, go to settings. 

In Settings, scroll down to the bottom of the page and click on Show advanced settings. Next, click Content settings. This will bring you to a new window with a list of content types that you can choose from.


Click the one that says Cookies and Site Data. On this new screen, click Allow sites to set cookies and Block third-party cookies and site data. That’s it! You’re all done.


Additional Info:

It is possible to remove skilled marketing from chrome by uninstalling the default apps and using a browser that doesn’t have any ads. 



First, uninstall the default apps such as WhatsApp, Facebook, or Gmail. These are extremely popular apps that will still be present in your phone’s app drawer if you don’t delete them.


These apps also come with some pre-installed ads. By deleting these apps, it is possible to save space on your phone which can then be used for other purposes.



For example, by deleting these few unused apps could save up to 5 GB of storage space on your device. It is better to use an alternative search engine such as DuckDuckGo or search engine Bing. 


Search engines like Google make money off their users by tracking what they search for and their browsing history. DuckDuckGo does not track user data at all so there won’t be any privacy issues if this becomes the primary search engine on your browser.


Bing does track user data but not nearly to the extent that Google does so this may be an option as well.


How to Prevent Skilled Marketing in the Future

It is important that skilled marketing are prevented in the future. To prevent this in the future, you can take a few steps. 


1. You can change your settings so that third-party cookies cannot be set by websites. Doing this will make it difficult for skilled marketers to track your browsing habits, and thereby make it difficult for them to serve up ads tailored specifically to your interests.


The downside of doing this is that sites may not work as well or load more slowly because they’re not loading resources from other sites (e.g., images).



2. You can also use an ad blocker, which will remove all ads (including skilled marketing) on any site or blog you visit on any device.


Ad blockers come with various features such as allowing certain types of ads (e.g., those relating to cars) or providing information about how many seconds it took for an ad to load.



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