ComScore Releases July 2009 Search Engine Rankings

Posted: Aug 19 2009, 8:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 3:51pm CDT, in News | Technology News

 

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ComScore has announced the rankings for search engines for July 2009. There were almost 13.6 billion searches conducted in America over the month with Google sites accounting for 64.7% of all searches. Microsoft grew slightly with 8.9% of all searches for the month, a gain of half a percent.

Yahoo was still in second place for the month with 19.3% of all searches with the Ask network bringing up fourth with 3.9% and AOL with 3.1% of search traffic. Google's chunk of search traffic was down slightly from 65% the previous month as was Yahoo.

Microsoft grew its search traffic slightly with a 0.3% gain compared to June. I guess Bing isn’t exactly burning up the charts when it comes to the most popular search engines. Maybe we will get a better idea when the rankings for this month are released with the Yahoo and Microsoft search deal in place.

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