Bing use up slightly in the Netherlands - study

Friday 17 June 2011 | 12:14 CET | News
Bing users in the Netherlands rose to 2 percent of Dutch surfers in 2011, from 1 percent in 2010, Search Engine Mediabureau Checkit and RMI said in their National Search Engine Monitor report. The incidental use of Bing also rose in 2011, namely due to better brand knowledge. In 2010, only 24 percent of Dutch people were familiar with the Bing name; the percentage went to 40 percent this year. The rising market share came at the expense of ilse, Alta Vista, and Microsoft partner Yahoo! Bing has been gaining ground in the US, at Google's expense. Google still has a market share in the US at 67

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Bing / Google / Ilse / Microsoft / Yahoo!
Countries: Netherlands
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