• http://twitter.com/supersetgreg supersetgreg

    a question. Have you guys thought about looking at twitter’s search numbers? i know it’s not the classic type of search but is it even possible to find out how much and what type of search is being used on twitter?

  • Rapidx

    “Ask’s share of searches in March was 3.0%, compared with 3.0% in February 2012 and 3.1% in March 2011.”

    Isn’t that a decrease?

  • http://www.microsourcing.com/ MicroSourcing

    As of now, nobody seems to be collating the nature of searches that users make on Twitter. It would be interesting to figure out, though, what people search for on Twitter aside from account owners.

  • http://www.rustybrick.com/barry Barry Schwartz

    In market share, but search query volume rose for Ask.com. Ask.com’s queries increased 7% y/y in March.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Aiden-Moor/100001939456401 Aiden Moor

    It’s an alarming time for Yahoo! Yahoo need to do a lot of research and development on their products. Like Google is investing so much of time and effort on new products.

  • http://www.facebook.com/johnadamalvino Serpholic Serphoic

    Thanks for sharing this useful information ,AOL’s share of searches in March was 1.6%, compared with 1.5% in February 2012 and 1.6% in March 2011.

    Is it decrease ………………..

    Regards
    http://www.facebook.com/Serpholicuk

  • http://www.technoworldnews.com/ Debarup

    Ah!!! great news for Ask.com…  
    7% is really huge for them

  • rahul lal

    All people like Google because Google show good result that why Google queries increasing day by day 

  • http://twitter.com/Carneytech Carney Technologies

    Most of people like Google, yahoo and Bing, but Google show
    good result, are this correct. If correct please explain.
     

  • PositOrange

    Given the numerous number of extra API requests, I’m not sure its easy to get a great and accurate result here.