Yesterday comScore released their report on US Search Engine rankings for September 2009. Not much new here as Google sits at around 65% of market share followed by Yahoo at about 19% and Bing at around 9.5%.
According to the report, Americans conducted 13.8 billion searches in September, down 1 percent from August (which had one additional day compared to September). Google Sites accounted for 9 billion searches, followed by Yahoo! Sites (2.6 billion), Microsoft Sites (1.3 billion), with Ask Network (541 million).
If we go back a couple of years to September 2007, we see that:
- Google is up by about 7.9%
- Yahoo is down by 4.9%
- Microsoft sites are down by 0.9%
- ASK is down by 0.8%
September 2009 US Search Engine Market Share:
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