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August 2011 Search Engine Share from comScore, Hitwise

August 2011 Search Engine Share from comScore, Hitwise

Google’s U.S. search engine market share dipped below 65 percent for the first time since September 2009 , according to comScore . Hitwise still shows Google’s market share at just over 65 percent. Meanwhile, Bing continues to make tiny gains. comScore The search engine rankings for August 2011, according to comScore were: Google fell to 64.8 percent (down from 65.1 percent in July). Yahoo grew for the second straight month, reaching 16.3 percent (up from 16.1 percent). Bing , which saw no gains in July, grew to 14.7 percent (up from 14.4 percent) Ask grew to 3 percent (up after two months straight at 2.9 percent). AOL fell to 1.4 percent (down from 1.5 percent). Although Google's share of the pie hasn't been this low since September 2009, it must be noted that 9 billion out of 13.8 billion searches were conducted on Google at that time. Meanwhile, Yahoo accounted for 2.6 ...

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