Google Approaches 65% Market Share In Latest ComScore Survey
According to the latest comScore survey, Google’s search market share climbed to just under 65% last month, and remains more than triple that of Yahoo, the second-place search engine.
ComScore pegs Google with 64.9% of all searches conducted during September 2009, up from 64.6% in August. Yahoo dropped from August’s 19.3% to 18.8% in September. And Bing, in third place, showed minor growth from 9.3% to 9.4%.
Despite Google’s small gains in market share, comScore says Google saw a slight drop in the number of searches — but that could be due to September having one less day than August.
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