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Toyota Will Struggle to Regain Marketshare: Compete Analyst on CNBC

Lincoln Merrihew, Managing Director of Automotive and Travel at Compete, was featured last night on CNBC’s Earnings Central segment on Toyota. Toyota released their quarterly numbers yesterday and due to natural disasters and the yen, there are worries that Toyota’s financial forecast may be in the red. Take a look at what Lincoln has to say about Toyota’s current state due to overwhelming circumstances, it’s marketshare, it’s competition, and how

August 2011 US Search Market Share Report

As search marketing and the major search engines continue to evolve, Compete is continually refining its query measurement methodology to ensure we are in alignment with the marketplace. The objective of our search share report remains the same – to accurately represent true consumer engagement with search. To that end we have taken the following key measures to enhance our search share reporting: Improve our search query collection methodology to

March 2011 Search Market Share Report

Search activity picked up in March, with a 9.2% MOM increase in total query volume across the engines and all 5 engines experiencing query volume growth. Bing continues to gain share of the market, capturing 17.5% of web queries in March.  Among the top 3 engines, it experienced the highest MOM query volume increase of 12.6%. Yahoo! also gained 0.3ppts in share this month, bringing the total share of Bing

February 2011 Search Market Share Report

With fewer days in February, search query volume across the 5 engines was down nearly 12% MOM. The trend for search market share continues with Google losing incremental share (-0.7ppt), while Bing continues to gain share (+1.0ppt). All engines except Bing experienced a decline in unique visitors in February, with Bing seeing a 7.6% increase in UVs MOM. Bing Powered engines (Yahoo! and Bing) continued to increase its share of

December 2010 Search Market Report

Search activity across the 5 engines saw more activity in December, with a 1.3% increase in overall query volume from November. The trends we have been reporting over the past few months continue in December, with Google losing share to both Bing and Yahoo! Bing Powered engines (including both Bing and Yahoo!) as a whole grew 4.1% MOM in query volume, driving its total market share up by 0.8ppt.  Bing

Retailers Don’t Take A Holiday

The Compete Retail 200 Report contains monthly data on eCommerce categories and sites, similar to the preview data provided here. If you would like to be added to its distribution, please email Matt Pace at mpace@compete.com or Dillon McGovern at dmcgovern@compete.com. With only days left until the end of the retail’s biggest season, there are few opportunities remaining to draw consumers to the checkout line. With improved product viewing and

November Search Market Share Update: Not quite the usual story

November is an odd time of the year.  In much of the US it’s starting to get cold and dreary, there tends to be more rain at least in the New England area, and the real cold weather is right around the corner.  November brought us odd times in search as well, with Halloween costume decisions far behind and no need to search for the Turkey recipe since mom always