Jin Han

August 2012 US Search Market Share Report: Same story, new month. Bing grows, Google down. AOL and Yahoo! remain fairly flat.

The recent share trends between the two largest search engines continued this month. Google’s share declined by 0.2ppts, the same decline from the previous M-O-M. Yahoo!’s share is staying consistent at 15.1% of the US core search market. AOL’s share declined slightly by 0.1ppt, despite its search query volume only moving from 103 to 101 million queries in August. Bing currently stands at capturing 19.2% of the market.  It was

Go Ahead, Take the Search Challenge: Bing vs. Google at Bingiton.com

Image from: Bingiton! / Bingiton.com For those of you who have been tracking the shifts in search market share for at least the last year, or even since the launch of Bing, you will have noticed that Bing has been steadily increasing its share of the US search market.  And perhaps you’ve also noticed, especially in 2011 and in 2012 so far, that Bing has been chipping away at Google’s

July 2012 US Search Market Share Report: Bing grows, Google down. AOL and Yahoo! remain flat

The recent share trends between the two largest search engines continued this month. Google’s share declined by 0.2ppts from June to July, while Bing picked up that share. Both Yahoo!’s and AOL’s share remained flat M-O-M. Google Powered now represents 66% of the market and Bing Powered has over a third of the US web search market at 34%. When looking at Y-O-Y query volumes, Google’s core search query volume

June 2012 US Search Market Share Report: Bing grows, Google down, continues trend seen over last 12 months

There were smaller changes in market share this month, with overall query volume slowing down for the first month of summer. Google’s share declined by 0.2ppts from May to June, while Bing and AOL each picked up 0.1ppt in their share. Yahoo!’s share remained flat M-O-M. Google Powered now represents 66.2% of the market and Bing Powered has over a third of the US web search market at 33.8%. Bing’s

May 2012 US Search Market Share Report: Bing Up, Yahoo Up, Google Down

We return to the recent trends in search market share in May, with Bing and Yahoo’s respective share of the market increasing slightly and Google’s share decreasing. Bing gained 0.3ppt’s and Yahoo! gained 0.1ppt’s, driving the Bing Powered market share to 33.7%. Google’s share declined by 0.4ppt’s, and now garners 65.5% of the market. AOL’s share remained unchanged at 0.8% for the third month in a row. The overall search

April 2012 US Search Market Share Report: Bing up, Google up, Yahoo down

For the first time in months, the usual market share trends changed for Google and for Yahoo!. Google increased its share for the first time since December 2011 to 65.9% of the US core web search market. Yahoo! had been experiencing small increases in share steadily since December 2011, but saw a decline of 0.7ppt’s from March to April. Bing continues to gain monthly share since October 2011, and experienced

March 2012 US Search Market Share Report

The share trends among the top 3 engines continued this month, with slight market share increases for Bing and Yahoo! Bing Powered engines (Bing and Yahoo!) picked up the 0.5ppt’s share the Google Powered engines lost. Google Powered now represents 66.3%% of the market and Bing Powered has over a third of the US web search market at 33.7%. AOL saw a slight decline of .1ppt in share, while Yahoo!

February 2012 US Search Market Share Report

Even with leap day, overall search activity declined nearly 7% across all the engines. The overall picture and trends remain the same – Google Powered engines (Google and AOL) decreased slightly in their market share; while the Bing Powered engines (Bing and Yahoo!) picked up the 0.7ppt’s share the Google Powered engines lost. Google Powered now represents 68.8% of the market and Bing Powered has 33.2% of the market. Bing

msnNOW Finds Popularity with Younger Audience and May Drive Growth for Bing

Image from: mnsNOW Late last Wednesday on 2/15/12 Microsoft launched their newest addition to its MSN services, called msnNOW. This service enables people to get real-time information on what people are talking about, sharing, and searching for from one centralized place. It’s available on multiple screens – on the PC at now.msn.com, the iPad, mobile devices, and even as a social reader app on Facebook. Who are the early adopters

January 2012 US Search Market Share Report

Both Bing and Yahoo gained market share this month, while Google’s share declined. The overall picture and trends remain the same – Google Powered engines (Google and AOL) continue to slowly lose traction monthly; while the Bing Powered engines (Bing and Yahoo!) continue to gain momentum.  Google Powered share declined 1.2ppt, while Bing Powered increased its share by those 1.2pppt’s. Google Powered now represents 68.3% of the market and Bing

Bing Is #2 and “Bing Is For #Doing”

Image from: Smart Boy Designs Bing ended 2011 as the second largest search engine in the US.  While Google is still the top used search engine for core web searches, Bing gained the most traction year over year and grew its share of the market by 4.4ppt’s to 16.3% while Google experienced a decline of 3.7ppt’s and now stands at 67.9% of the market. What is driving Bing’s growth? Bing