Friday, June 5th, 2020

comScore: Google Grows; Yahoo Falls; Bing Steady in September


’s September U.S. search market share numbers are out. Google, which has dropped share or remained steady pretty much for the last year, made some slight gains. Meanwhile, Yahoo took a hit and Bing held steady.

  • Google search market share grew to 66.1 percent in September (up from 65.4 percent in August).
  • Yahoo fell to 16.7 percent (down from 17.4 percent).
  • Bing grew slightly to 11.2 percent (up from 11.1 percent).
  • Ask fell slightly to 3.7 percent (down from 3.8 percent).
  • AOL held steady at 2.3 percent.

Yesterday, we highlighted two paid search reports, which showed similar growth for Google, while Bing/Yahoo lost ground.

ClickZ also provides coverage of the Top U.S. Online Ad Networks by Reach for September 2010, according to data from comScore

Related posts:

  1. Bing’s Growth Slows, Google Recoups Losses in comScore September 2009 Report
  2. Bing and Google Both Gain Half Point in October 2009 comScore Rankings
  3. comScore Shows Bing Growing in December 2009 Search Rankings
  4. Experian Hitwise Reports Google’s Share of Searches was 72 Percent in September
  5. Bing and – Facebook? – Up in comScore February 2010 Rankings

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