There were no significant changes in Search Engine market share from October to November ’07, according to Virginia based Internet information provider comScore. Google is still way out in front compared to the others and, although Yahoo! dropped and AOL/Time Warner grabbed a little more share, everyone basically kept their same positions in November.
Of the 10 billion searches tracked, here is how they broke down during the month:
- Google captured 5.9 billion
- Yahoo! accounted for 2.2 billion searches
- Microsoft dropped just below the 1 billion mark at 984 million
- Ask was used 463 million times
- and AOL/Time Warner sites were used for 453 million searches.
AOL/Time Warner had the largest jump during the month (0.3 points) and Yahoo! had the biggest drop of -0.4 points.
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