• Stupidscript

    It’s hard to give these statistics any consideration when they fail to acknowledge that Bing powered Live and MSN during the reporting period, and now Yahoo as well … treating them as separate search entities. It’s more of an illustration of portal user data than search engine user data.

    Secondly, when people abandon a search engine, it’s not necessarily because they found what they wanted … it could easily be that they switched over to a different engine because they were NOT finding what they wanted.

    Finally, what’s the error rate? + or – 3% would pull Google and Bing dead even.

    Lies, damned lies and statistics … still unreliable after all these years.

  • http://www.brickmarketing.com nickstamoulis

    This is a great win for Bing, it should be interesting to see if this trend continues for Bing CA…

  • http://www.quickwin.co.il jacklaros

    Habits are stronger than anyone would admit. Even if google gives me “bad” results, I’m gonna do 2 things:
    1. Refine my search
    2. Go the search results inner pages.

    what I wouldn’t do:
    1. Change search engine. I mean, google needs to be DOWN or fill with junk to convince me doing that.

    In addition – Bing lacks so many websites and inner pages that I’m not even trying to use it more than I have to.

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