Tuesday, April 20, 2021

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

Business Insider: The latest desktop search market data from comScore shows a continuation of previous trends. Surprising no one, Google remained the leader by a long margin, growing its market share slightly from 66.7 percent in May to 66.8 percent in June. Second place Bing also increased its share from 15.4 percent to 15.6 percent. Yahoo fell slightly from 13.4 percent to 13 percent.

The report notes that mobile search continues to grow, and Google also dominates the mobile search market.

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