Google Search Market Share is Dropping

//Google Search Market Share is Dropping

Google Search Market Share is Dropping

Don’t be overly alarmed, Google still controls nearly 2/3 of search volume at 65%, but it has dropped from peaking last year, and Bing owned search, including Yahoo and soon to be AOL, are up to 34%, or 1/3 of search in general terms.  Is Bing, and the relationships that they have formed with other outlets, beginning to finally chip away at Google as they have been trying for years.  A year ago, Google was at 67.6% of search, so though the drop is small, it is a drop, which may signify something.  Worth keeping an eye on things.

To take a deeper look at the numbers, you can go to ComScore.

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Google Search Market Share is Dropping
Google Certified Partner and SEM Specialist
Google still controls nearly 2/3 of search volume at 65%, but it has dropped from peaking last year, and Bing owned search, including Yahoo and soon to be AOL, are up to 34%
Jeremy Skillings
By |2015-08-26T13:10:40+00:00August 26th, 2015|Categories: Search market|Tags: |

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Jeremy Skillings
Jeremy Skillings has been helping small and mid sized businesses with search engine marketing since 2006 through his company, The SEO Helpdesk and You Can Be Found. As a google certified partner, regular attendee and former speaker at SMX Advanced, A+ BBB business, and all around good guy, Jeremy can help your business get found through search.

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