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Google, Yahoo and Microsoft Search Market Share for October 2009

comScore released the US search engine rankings for October 2009 showing Google’s search market share up to 65.4% from 64.9% in September. Yahoo lost 0.8 percentage points down to 18.0% while Microsoft Bing bumped up 0.5 to 9.9% search market share.

Nielsen, on the other hand positions Google at having a 66.1% market share, with Yahoo Search following at 15.4% and Microsoft Bing at 9.7%.

Google Yahoo Microsoft
comScore 65.4% 18.0% 9.9%
Nielsen 66.1% 15.4% 9.7%



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Mike Lascut is Principal of Single Entry Point® Marketing, focusing on the search, email and analytics practice and leading the development of the Single Entry Point Email Marketing next generation product. Mike's professional career spans over twenty years, including twelve years of intelligent search and email marketing and over a decade and half of software architecture and development. When he's not pointing businesses in a smarter direction, Mike spends his time pointing his lens at wildlife. Connect with Mike on Linkedin, read his Nature Research Photography blog, or reach him via email or phone.
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