Google/Firefox Co-Branding

Google/Firefox Co-Branding
technology

If you open www.google.com with Internet Explorer, you get an ad for the Firefox toolbar with google built in. If you open www.google.com in Firefox, you do not get the same ad.

Guy Brighton
  • 26 april 2006

If you open www.google.com with Internet Explorer, you get an ad for the Firefox toolbar with google built in.

If you open www.google.com in Firefox, you do not get the same ad.

Obviously, browser targeted ads are not new. What I find interesting about this instance is the co-branding emerging between FF and Google.

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