So much of SEO simply does not apply to people like me.
But in fact I do spend a lot of money on-line, but the I spend on content. Even if it's a funny shirt from a web comic, something trivial and designed to have shallow commercial appeal, it is still content.
So there's things that are hard to distinguish from content, and then there's things that are real content which you can buy.
And NoScript and Ad block have never kept me from the latter.
I think I'll skip the white listing.
Also, if a site is covered in ads, I click away. If I kept reading the site the person reading the analytics of the site would think I approve of what they're doing. I'm not going to get into an arms race with my content providers. I'd rather find and support better content providers.
I suppose it's similar to the GNU 'don't use non-free software even if you pirate it' stance although I'm by no means dogmatic about it.