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Search Engine Market Share April 2015

Internet Marketing May 8th, 2015


Search Engine Market Share

Market Share between the major search engines has fluctuated the past few months. Since the decrease in February, Yahoo!, Google, and Bing have increased their market share. However, when compared to last year, Google’s search engine market share has decreased by 2.92%. Yahoo! and Bing, on the other hand, have an increase in their market share of 2.8% and 2.94% respectively. With the Yahoo! and Bing’s partnership, Google can expect more competition in the market. Statistics provided by Net Market Share.

Search Engine Market Share April 2015

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