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Mozilla plans to sell ads in Firefox browser

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Feb
2014

Mozilla, the company behind the Firefox Internet browser, will start selling ads as it tries to grab a larger slice of the fast-expanding online advertising market. The company said in a blog posting on Tuesday that it has reached out to potential corporate sponsors about its fledgling Directory Tiles program, targeted at first-time users. Now, Mozilla intends to display the most popular sites by location, as well as sponsored websites that will be clearly labeled as such. While we have not worked out the entire product roadmap, we are beginning to talk to content partners about the opportunity, and plan to start showing Directory Tiles to new Firefox users as soon as we have the user experience right, Darren Herman, vice president of content services, wrote in the blogpost.

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