Yahoo Likely To Slip Below 10 Percent Search Share Next Month

by Greg Sterling
When comScore releases its "May 2014 U.S. Search Engine Rankings," we're likely to see Yahoo's market share slip below 10 percent. Today (in April) it recorded a 10 percent share, down 0.1 percent from March. Microsoft's share was up 0.1 percent and so was Google's. In July 2009 when the Microsoft-Yahoo search deal was first announced Yahoo had 19.Read the full article

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