[Marketing-Public]Idea for Firefox promotion

Robin Monks Robin Monks <devlinks at gmail.com>
Sun, 22 Aug 2004 08:22:34 -0300

Yes, it would be easy via PHP's image functions.


On Sun, 22 Aug 2004 10:04:59 +0200, Carcarlo <carlo@acfiorentina.net> wrote:
> Hi,
> yesterday I had an idea and I wrote it on comments of blakeross.com blog.
> Maybe this place is better. :-)
> I've got an idea for Firefox promotion: personalization of Firefox buttons.
> Just build a page with some standard banners (see
> http://iab.net/standards/adunits.asp) promoting Firefox. These ads must
> have an empty space for placing dinamically the text of the site where the
> banner will be shown, resulting in "we recommend Firefox for browsing this
> site - name-of-site", "name-of-site recommends Firefox" or similar.
> The webmaster has got to save the banner and put it into his site: then he
> has a personalized ad showing that his site supports Firefox. You could do
> this easily with PHP: the user types his site name in a form, send it, the
> server built the image and send it back to the browser.
> I hope you understand what I mean. I think it's a good idea for promoting
> Firefox among big sites, they could insert the banner among the rotating ads.
> --
> Carcarlo
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