Search Market Share Reports Show Google Losing & Bing Gaining?

Apr 12, 2010 • 7:47 am | comments (3) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Search Engine Industry News

Both Hitwise and comScore released their search marketing share reports this past week. Both showed Bing growing and Google not from the previous month, in fact, Google has lost share for the "fourth straight month" according to Hitwise.

Here is the Hitwise breakdown:

Hitwise Search Report

Here is the comScore:

comScore Search Report

Yea, Google still has a dominate lead, but it does look like Bing is chipping away slowly and slowly.

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No Name

04/12/2010 02:33 pm

Google has 70% of the market share. Bing will have to chip away for 3-4 years. Lately there has been lots of talks about searches jumping ship from Google to Bing due to Google being too big.

Michael Martinez

04/12/2010 07:38 pm

This is nothing new. Microsoft has been growing its market share for a long time now. It's too early to tell if they will be able to challenge Google, although the Yahoo! deal is not likely to help them in that respect.


04/09/2011 06:55 am

Bing is awesome, I'm loving it so much. It's lovely to use and beautiful too, I guess this is why me along side tens of thousands of others are beginning to switch.

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