• Richard Roonie

    Its obvious that as rite now there is Christmas time and everyone is busy in spending money in other sectors rather than investing in shares. That’s why the share is frozen.

  • http://www.thesofaandchair.co.uk/ Tom Goodwin

    The big story is the 89% mobile share.

    People still say the internet and think of the desktop internet but the future will see a proliferation of alternate internet-enabled devices. Desktop is the cash cow, Mobile is the rising star.

  • http://www.rimmkaufman.com/ George Michie

    Search volume is down in November YOY because Cyber Monday was in December this year and November last year. A more careful analysis than Comscore’s is here: http://www.rimmkaufman.com/blog/cyber-monday-sales-up-19-will-it-be-enough/03122013/

  • http://www.seo-theory.com/ Michael Martinez

    These numbers are all nonsense. You people shouldn’t get so worked up over this stuff.

  • Gerad Hoyt

    The numbers aren’t YoY it’s Oct ’13 vs. Nov ’13

  • http://www.rimmkaufman.com/ George Michie

    Oh, okay, good catch. Still, 30 day month with a holiday vs 31 day month, and month over month numbers don’t generally mean much.

  • Gerad Hoyt

    Gotta agree with you on that, plus if you look september was also down according to their report. Don’t know how much this really means since there is no data on the types of queries etc.

  • http://wtff.com/ JustConsumer

    Feel free to surprise us with your own research.

  • http://www.seo-theory.com/ Michael Martinez

    I published my research for years. Lots of it is still available on SEO Theory. Feel free to surprise us by looking it up.

  • http://wtff.com/ JustConsumer

    You should be more attentive.
    The topic is about November 2013 market share, not about historical trends based on the “lots of” reports “published for years”.

  • http://www.seo-theory.com/ Michael Martinez

    You should be better informed. It doesn’t matter what month the numbers refer to. They are still nonsense.

  • http://wtff.com/ JustConsumer

    Ok, I see )
    As usual you can’t support your statements with facts )
    No surprise )

  • http://www.seo-theory.com/ Michael Martinez

    Your hyperbole falls short in the realm of convincing rhetoric. Try spending more time in reality and less in fantasy. You’ll find you don’t lose touch with the mothership so easily that way.