• http://www.facebook.com/sweta.srivastava.1420 Sweta Srivastava

    Hey Matt,

    How come it decline by 5%. last year it was around 68% and this year it is about 65%. So it is declined 3% not 5%. Please explain……….

  • http://roshanjoshi.com.np Roshan

    @facebook-100002385765935:disqus you can simply use the formula [(this year)-(last year)] / last year to get the year to year change

  • Durant Imboden

    ComScore is likely to tell a different story, but in any case, isn’t it time for rating services to learn that the Internet is global?

  • http://twitter.com/eppievojt Eppie Vojt

    It’s a 5% relative decrease. The 3% decrease you’re noting is the absolute decrease.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/QWBSYCW5QHLK76ZNFZLBM72P4I Henrietta

    My ńeighboŕ’s mŏther-iń-ląw Maḱes $8O houŕly on the laptoṗ. She has bėėn out of w0rḱ for 7 Ṁonths but ląst Ṁonth her ińcome wąs $8734 just worḱińg on thė laṖt0Ṗ for a ƒew hours. Gŏ to this web siṫe and ŕead morė.. C&#97shLazy.com

  • Steven Fung

    How about Google-powered Search?

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/WF3LIVKESUNEOZP5CUC5QAYSO4 Cheryl

    Yes!  The more people go to Bing as their search engine of choice, the less power will be given to Google.  Absolute power corrupts absolutely.

  • Mohammed Imran

    gooogle destroy his self by latest panda and penguin updates and de value organic search efforts. i can see bing in place of google for organic preferable engine in coming future.

  • Fikret besikci

    Congratulations and thank you  … http://www.yapi-mantolama.com

  • http://www.webstatsart.com/ Webstats Art

    I doubt it makes much difference right now but good luck to them.

  • http://www.facebook.com/licitatiijuridice Licitatii Juridice

    You are the best

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  • http://profile.yahoo.com/RLEZ5ACMZU5LEQSHY56FMQIQ5E Jonathan

    My ńeighboŕ’s mŏther-iń-ląw Maḱes $8O houŕly on the laptoṗ. She has bėėn out of w0rḱ for 7 Ṁonths but ląst Ṁonth her ińcome wąs $8734 just worḱińg on thė laṖt0Ṗ for a ƒew hours. Gŏ to this web siṫe and ŕead morė.. C&#97shLazy.com

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=585917385 Mayank Goyal

    I mistook it at first glace too. The numbers mentioned above are a fixed value, out of 100%, but the 5% is the percentage of decline they suffered. i.e.
    (68.11-65.02)/68.11

    EDIT: @Eppie, It was meant to be a reply to Sweta, not you.

  • Gab illuminea

    Matt, it’s great to share these stats but your headline is a bit sensationalist. Five percent of Google’s search share – i.e. 3% of searches – hasn’t gone to Bing. Bing has gained 1.3% of search share per this study. So Bing gained maybe 2.3% of Google’s share of searches.

  • http://twitter.com/johnelincoln John E Lincoln

    Go Bing!

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/SVAYT46A7XTJILJSUHA5YXWNWQ Lorna

    My ńeighboŕ’s mŏther-iń-ląw Maḱes $8O houŕly on the laptoṗ. She has bėėn out of w0rḱ for 7 Ṁonths but ląst Ṁonth her ińcome wąs $8734 just worḱińg on thė laṖt0Ṗ for a ƒew hours. Gŏ to this web siṫe and ŕead morė.. C&#97shLazy.com

  • Alan

    I didn’t think I would see the day when I hoped that Microsoft would gain at Googles expense. However that day has definitely come. I am happy Bing is gaining at Googles expense. I hope this continues. Google has taken the mantle of Bully away from Microsoft. Microsoft used to be the the stifler of innovation now Google has taken that upon itself. 

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1156805760 Sam Insomniac

    Buhahaha! All that bing needs now is some time !