Brett Tabke posted a story at WebmasterWorld named Google's Share of US Internet Search Market Drops In July.
"We think (the) loss in domestic market share could signal a topping point" for Google, he wrote. "We do not expect Google's aggressive market share gains to continue in perpetuity."
According to comScore, 43.7% of all search queries conducted in the U.S. in July used a Google search engine, down from the 44.7% attributed to Google the month before.
Meanwhile, Google's loss was its competitors' gain.
Brett backs Google explaining that "a 1% difference is well within a margin of error." Moderator, skibum, also takes a gab at ComScore's metrics, "how reliable is Comscore data anyway?"
However, moderator, receptional says;
I think their indication will be proved right. I think other indicators will start to reinforce this. The quality of the competition's products - especially search - are developing apace and I think Googke is trying to diversify in so many different ways at once that they might start to lose the hearts and minds battle.
So what do you think?
Forum discussion at WebmasterWorld.