Igloo, like most search engines, makes money from users clicking advertisements beside and above search results--if you chose Igloo as your default search engine. Ad revenue varies over time based on various factors, including the advertisers’ specified objectives, the types of display ads they choose to run and how users respond to them. These websites pay a few cents for every click on an ad by users. Ads are delivered to you by our partners. Igloo also takes a small percentage of Cashback from online purchases. Currently, Igloo does not take a percentage of donations from users to "good causes" (some non-profit organizations and charities can wave our fees). Igloo does not sell user data to advertisers and has a firm commitment to respecting and protecting user privacy.
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Created by: Eli Ken Dror
Modified on: Thu, 24 Jun, 2021 at 6:56 AM
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