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Google conducts 5.42 bln search queries in December

Thursday 15 January 2009 | 13:28 CET | News

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Google was the top search provider in the US in December with an estimated 5.42 billion search queries conducted at Google Search, according to a study by Nielsen Online. Google Search conducted 62.9 percent of search queries during December. Yahoo! Search ranked second with nearly 1.45 billion searches for a 16.8 percent share of search queries. MSN/Windows Live Search came in third place with 841.46 million search queries. Other companies in the list were AOL Search, Ask.com Search, Comcast Search, My Web Search, AT&T Worldnet Search, NexTag Search and BizRate Search. The number of search

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Categories: Internet
Companies: AOL / Ask.com / Comcast / Google / Yahoo!
Countries: United States
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