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February 2009 Search Engine Market Share | ComScore

ComScore February 2009 Search Engine Market Share

Google
February: 63.3%
January 2009: 63.0%
Change: +0.3

January 2008: 58.5%
Change: +4.8

Yahoo
February: 20.6%
January 2009: 21.0%
Change: -0.4

January 2008: 22.2%
Change: -1.6

MSN
February: 8.2%
January 2009: 8.5%
Change: -0.3

January 2008: 9.8%
Change: -1.6

ASK
February: 4.1%
January 2009: 3.7%
Change: +0.4

January 2008: 4.5%
Change: -0.4

AOL
February: 3.9%
January 2009: 3.9%
Change: 0.0

January 2008: 4.9%
Change: -1.0

Data scoring techniques tend to change over time making past data inaccurate. As always, information here is for entertainment purposes only.

Source: comScore


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6 Responses to February 2009 Search Engine Market Share | ComScore

  1. it shows ask is improving it market share which is quite good i saw there spiders scrolling in my site regularly …

    Google its NO.1 again No words to express

    Sri

  2. Its interesting MSN is losing marketshare considering how much money they are throwing at their search division. Also I would have expected yahoo to have lost more marketshare with all their current problems.

  3. No surprise here. Google is dominating again, and yahoo keeps losing market share. It makes sense, since google has by far the best product.

  4. I use Google because, It loads fast and Gives Quick Results… Which is i like the most… And I also like the no Nonsense look of the search page.

  5. [...] Unfortunately, a number of these items are a result of shortcomings within Yahoo’s platform. Let’s face it: their interface isn’t as easy-to-use, transparent, or streamlined as Google Adwords’ interface which leaves them with a serious disadvantage (not to mention Google keeps taking more market share). [...]