One of Google’s biggest growth engines is stuck in netural. As you can see in this chart, Google’s share of the U.S. search market has flatlined, hovering around 65%.
True, Google isn’t losing much ground to Microsoft Bing (or anyone else). But most Google bulls thought Google would march towards total domination of the search market, eventually grabbing 80%-90% share. That’s clearly not going to happen.
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