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Firefox & Blocking 3rd-Party Cookies: What It Means For Affiliate Marketing

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This summer, Firefox released a new version. Unless they change their settings to accept third-party cookies, users who install this version of Firefox will no longer see targeted advertising . A user will see ads, but these ads won’t necessarily be based on their browser or shopping history.

However, according to an article written by Marketing Land’s Scott Allan, Google Chrome and Internet Explorer currently allow third-party cookies by default. Actually, for quite some time every browser has offered users the option of going in and changing their settings.

Read more at: http://marketingland.com/firefox-blocking-3rd-party-cookies-what-it-means-for-affiliate-marketing-36485

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