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  • http://www.tvsinternetmarketing.com/ Travis Van Slooten

    Interesting stats…especially when we’ve been told that desktop searches would continue to decline (and replaced by mobile searches). Any ideas why desktop search is on the rise?

    Travis Van Slooten

  • http://www.marketingquery.com/ Jose Capelo

    I think this is difficult to believe, I came across a few studies indicating pricesily the opposite. The latest news was the significant rise of mobile searches due to its convinience, and the inminent decline of desktop searches.

  • http://twitter.com/tomblue Tom Blue – Lead411

    It did look suspicious at first to me too. But maybe mobile searches aren’t replacing desktop searches… maybe people are just searching more period?

  • http://www.socialbakers.com/events/engage Anne Goulding

    “Google dropped a few percentage points while Bing and Yahoo each gained a couple … but the bigger statistic from comScore’s monthly U.S. search rankings for March is that desktop search activity reached an all-time high.” If this is really true, it’s really interesting. Throughout the last year, many statistics were published, showing the decline of desktop search and the rise of mobile search and now this? I mean, it may be true that mobile search isn’t replacing desktop search and instead it is just a complement – meaning people are just searching more and thus the “all-time-high” in searches. But then again, this is just my hypothesis.

  • Guest

    I think relatively mobile searches have increased. They’ve not yet replaced desktop searches yet. Rise in searches might have pushed desktop searches.

  • Ashish Kavi

    I think relatively mobile searches have increased. They’ve not yet replaced desktop searches. Rise in searches might have pushed desktop searches too. Just what I feel may not be correct :)

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=8631509 Jon Campbell

    Considering that mobile searches are up 26% YoY, and based on these numbers, desktop search is only up 11% YoY, I think it’s safe to assume that mobile search is still growing at a fast rate and replacing many desktop searches. For all we know, mobile searches may have reached an all-time high as well in March.