Google used for 65.2% of US searches in February

Tuesday 16 March 2010 | 10:07 CET | News
Google is placed first in Nielsen's top 10 US search providers for February. Of all 9.175 billion searches conducted in February in the US, Google had a share of 65.2 percent, ahead of Yahoo! Search with 14.1 percent, MSN/Windows Live/Bing Search with 12.5 percent, AOL with 2.3 percent, Ask.com with 1.9 percent, My Web Search with 1 percent, Comcast Search with 0.6 percent, and Yellow Pages Search, NexTag Search, and WhitePages.com Network Search each with 0.3 percent. Searches represent the total number of queries conducted at the provider.

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