It’s surprising how the simplest things can sometimes be the most revealing… We’ve previously talked quite a bit about the international landscape that describes Firefox adoption and usage. See here and here, along with this old post from Schrep. Today, … Continue reading
Posts from 2008
The ten finalists have been announced. Voting for the ultimate winner is now just a month away.
Congratulations to the Mozilla community for reaching this historic milestone! For the first time in either a weekly or monthly period, Firefox surpassed 20% worldwide market share (according to Net Applications). You can read the featured report here.
The initial submission deadline for Impact Mozilla was last Friday, 10/24. There was a flurry of activity as we received more than 60 submissions on Friday alone. The team at Mozilla is currently sorting through all entries and our judges … Continue reading
Our marketing challenge comes to a close one week from today, which means that there’s still plenty of time to participate. If you think you can help Mozilla address a critical marketing issue, simply submit a one or two page … Continue reading
Thanks to Seth for highlighting some recent analysis by Blake Cutler. As previously mentioned, we’re always on the lookout for new, innovative ways for visualizing data, and as an example, Blake was able to create several cool motion charts based … Continue reading
Mozilla will soon be rolling out some optimization testing to one or two pages at www.mozilla.com, and before we get to the point of implementation, we wanted to take a minute to highlight our objectives and goals. What are we … Continue reading
As mentioned a couple months back, we’ve been hard at work preparing for an upcoming marketing contest. The contest has since been given an official name – Impact Mozilla – and we’re now just a day or two from releasing … Continue reading
We’ve previously talked extensively about one of Mozilla’s core marketing tactics – search engine marketing. One of the questions we always come back to is: “what macro level effect does this activity have?” In other words, we know this channel … Continue reading
As with all of our feedback mechanisms, the uninstall survey is only useful as long as it provides insights and drives changes in our behavior. While the existing survey has provided useful feedback, I think we can do better. … Continue reading