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Can Bing Put A Bigger Dent In Google Searches? Can Bing Put A Bigger Dent In Google Searches?
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Bing has been struggling to make a significant dent in Google’s share of the search market since its launch, but Bing’s share has been slowly growing over that time. While Bing still has a very long way to go if …

Google Sees Lowest Search Market Share In 5 Years In UK [Report] Google Sees Lowest Search Market Share In 5 Years In UK [Report]
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Experian Hitwise has released new data about the search market in the UK, indicating that Google’s share has fallen below 90% in the country. Google’s market share for the month was 89.33%. That’s the first time in as much as …

Bing Now Powers 25.6% Of U.S. Searches Bing Now Powers 25.6% Of U.S. Searches
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comScore released its monthly U.S. search engine rankings report for July, which sees Google leading the market at 66.8%, flat from June’s report. Microsoft sites were slightly up (0.1%) at 15.7%, followed by Yahoo sites (flat) at 13%. The Ask …

Google Search Market Share Better Than Ever In The U.S. Google Search Market Share Better Than Ever In The U.S.

comScore has put out its monthly analysis of the United States search market. Google led the charge significantly, which should come as no surprise, but it just so happens that Google achieved its highest number yet at 66.8%. Luckily for …

Bing Search Climbs 5% Year-Over-Year, Google Slips Bing Search Climbs 5% Year-Over-Year, Google Slips
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The Bing-Yahoo tag-team continues to chip away at Google’s dominance in search, according to the latest report from Experian Hitwise, while Google has slipped a little yet still maintains a commanding grip on its overal dominance among search engines. Combined, …

What The U.S. Search Market’s Been Up To Since 2008 [Infographic] What The U.S. Search Market’s Been Up To Since 2008 [Infographic]

On the Web, search is king. Even though a new Google Consumer Survey found that only 1 in 5 Americans knows what SEO is, just about everybody in the Web content industry not only knows about search engine optimization, but …

Americans Conducted Nearly 20 Billion Core Searches in August Americans Conducted Nearly 20 Billion Core Searches in August

Last week, we looked at the latest search market numbers from Experian Hitwise, which showed Google accounting for 65.09% of all U.S. searches, Bing-powered searches (Bing/Yahoo) accounting for 28.99%, Yahoo accounting for 15.890% and Bing accounting for 13.1. Today, comScore …

US Search Market: Google Down, Bing and Yahoo Up US Search Market: Google Down, Bing and Yahoo Up
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Experian Hitwise released its search market share numbers for the four weeks ending August 27. Key findings are as follows: Google accounted for 65.09% of all U.S. searches conducted in the four weeks ending August 27, 2011. Bing-powered search comprised …

Report: Bing Leaps Over Yahoo in the Search Market
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Chitika revealed its July search stats today, which have Bing at #2 in the search market, over partner Yahoo.

"July is over, and we have stats: in looking at the full month’s traffic, Google remains unassailable in its #1 spot, and Bing beats out Yahoo! by a few percentage points for the #2 spot," the firm says. "AOL and [Ask] continue to jockey for 4th place."

Report Says Bing Sees First Monthly Decline
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According to comScore, Hitwise, and Nielsen, Bing gained ground in August, but StatCounter has released info indicating that Bing has experienced its first monthly decline in the US, in September.

More Bing Numbers Than You Can Shake a Stick At
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Microsoft has not been in the spotlight this much for its offerings in search for quite some time. Whether or not you think Bing is a legitimate contender in the battle for search market share, you can rest assured that all eyes are upon it.

A number of research agencies have revealed new stats reflecting the interest level in Bing. So here is something of a round up of this data.

The Hitwise Numbers

Report: Bing Replaces Yahoo as Number 2
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Research reported by StatCounter says that Microsoft’s new Bing search engine has taken over Yahoo for the second place slot in search market share. Clearly, it’s getting a lot of attention since it just launched, so let’s keep this in context.