Stats: Comscore

  • Google now handles at least 2 trillion searches per year

    … handling in 2012. You then compare that to 2016, to get comScore’s growth rate for Google. Then, that rate can be applied to Google’s own figures. This is not perfect for several reasons. First, comScore only measures searches in the United States, not worldwide. Globally, growth might be much different. Second, comScore only measures desktop…

    Danny Sullivan/ Search Engine Landin SEO Google- 20 readers -
  • Data show that search query volumes on PC peaked in 2013

    … February US desktop search rankings from comScore are out. The data show almost no changes month over month. There is only very incremental movement. Bing continues its inch by inch gains while Ask continues to sink inexorably toward 1 percent. AOL appears to have bottomed out at 0.9 percent. Google was up very slightly this month and Yahoo…

    Greg Sterling/ Search Engine Landin SEO- 21 readers -
  • Is Google’s Search Market Share Actually Dropping?

    … Last year, I conducted a comprehensive survey to discover the search engine preferences of internet users and learn who truly dominates the search market. All of the current search engine market share reporting entities (comScore, Hitwise, SimilarWeb and others) utilize technology-based tracking, and I wanted to see if a survey panel-based…

    Eli Schwartz/ Search Engine Landin SEO Google- 19 readers -
  • Google Controls 65 Percent Of Search, Bing 33 Percent — [comScore]

    In the simplest terms, the world of organic search is roughly two-thirds Google, one third Bing. Those are the July 2015 “powered by” numbers provided by comScore for the US search market. In terms of non-network share, Bing saw a tiny 0.1 percent gain and so did Ask. Google was flat with 64 percent, unchanged for the past three months. Yet Google’s market share is down from 67.

    Greg Sterling/ Search Engine Land- 29 readers -
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