Google and Firefox make a match

Google and Firefox make a match

Google and Firefox make a match

By John Jantsch

Google unveiled another seemingly anti Microsoft salvo when it announced that it is paying a referral fee to AdSense members who promote Firefox with the Google Toolbar.

AdSense members can pick up a bit of code from Google and display a Get Firefox type of ad. Each time someone downloads Firefox the referring site gets a buck.

I’m a Firefox user myself and this should really heat up the browser wars.

Here’s a post on the Spredfirefox blog


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