Google Keep on to Dominate the Rankings of Search Engines
Google has once again brought to the online search market in December, according to a new report by research firm comScore digital. Search huge based in California was 66.6 percent of all searches of explicit basis in the United States in December. This figure was 0.4 percent higher in November, comScore report.
Yahoo was a distant second at 16 percent, a decrease of 0.4 percent from November. Microsoft searches increased 0.2 percent to give the company’s sites 12 percent market share.
The term “explicit core search” excludes contextually driven searches that do not reflect specific user intent to interact with the search results, according to comScore. In all, there were 16,443 such searches conducted in December. Google accounted for 10,957, a 3 percent increase, and Yahoo was responsible for 2,631, which remained virtually unchanged from the company’s 2,627 from November.
Google and Facebook continue to rule the time of Internet users online. While Google is usually the most popular website on the internet, Facebook has experienced five times more views than the main search giant at one point in November, L2 consumers think tank.
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