Bing Rises Again In New Nielsen Numbers; YouTube Still Dominates Video

Nielsen has just posted its search market share numbers for April, 2010, and there’s good news for Bing. After a slight drop between February and March, Bing rose again in April to an all-time high of 12.9% market share. That represents an increase of almost 6% from Bing’s 12.2% share in March. Google dropped slightly, […]

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Nielsen has just posted its search market share numbers for April, 2010, and there’s good news for Bing. After a slight drop between February and March, Bing rose again in April to an all-time high of 12.9% market share.

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That represents an increase of almost 6% from Bing’s 12.2% share in March. Google dropped slightly, from 65.7% in March to 65.1% in April. Yahoo gained a tenth-of-a-percent, from 13.4% to 13.5% between March and April.

Nielsen’s latest video market share numbers are pretty much what you’d expect. YouTube is the dominant site both in unique viewers and video streams served during April.

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