Google has announced that it has signed a new contract to keep its place as the search engine of choice in Mozilla’s Firefox browser, according to an article published by V3.co.uk
Although none of the financial terms in the three-year agreement have been made public, the deal is expected to be worth a significant amount to Mozilla – who have previously stated that the majority of its royalties come from search engine deals.
A popular platform for search engine marketing initiatives, Google and Mozilla released a joint statement.
Alan Eustace, senior vice president of search at Google said: “Mozilla has been a valuable partner to Google over the years and we look forward to continuing this great partnership in the years to come.”
Gary Kovacs, Mozilla’s chief executive, echoed the sentiment. He added: “Under this multi-year agreement, Google Search will continue to be the default search provider for hundreds of millions of Firefox users around the world.”
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