October Search Data Out: Google Up, Bing Up, Yahoo Down

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October search share data from comScore was just released.Eric Savitz at Barron’s has a look at it. Here’s how it broke down:

  • Google had 66.3% of the explicit core U.S. search market in October, up from 66.1% in September.
  • Yahoo had 16.5% of the market, down from 16.7%.
  • Bing had 11.5% share for the month, up from 11.2%.

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