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June sees Google and Bing Reach all time search market share high

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12th July 2012

The latest comScore search market share numbers for June reveal that both Google and Bing have had their best month as Yahoo’s share of the market continues to decrease.

comScore’s figures, which only represent desktop searches and not mobile searches, are due to be published later today and what is most worrying for Yahoo, is that they have now seen 10 consecutive months of decline, with their share of the search market falling from 16.3% to 13%.

See our table below for information on search marker share percentages for the core search engines.

 

Search Engine May – 2012 (Search %) June – 2012 (Search %)
Google

66.7

66.8

Bing

15.4

15.6

Yahoo

13.4

13

Ask

3

3

AOL

1.5

1.5

 

Based on information from the comScore Core Search Share Report

If you are interested in improving your search engine presence on Google, Bing & Yahoo, contact the Innermedia team.

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