Analyzing the Demographic Data of Rising Search Engine DuckDuckGo
Image from: Internet / Shutterstock As privacy becomes more and more of a concern for digital consumers, products that make privacy one of their primary offerings are going to see a lot of success and will help pave the way for a niche market in the digital world. One product that is helping to strengthen the argument that this market not only exists, but that it is valued by online
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
September 2011 US Search Market Share Report
As with any major web usage and activity online, there are seasonal trends that occur within search. Summer vacations, back-to-school shopping, big news and events, and even new search features on the engines themselves – all these factors influence the level of search activity that consumers conduct. In the coming months, Compete will try to shed some light into what exactly is driving changes in consumer search activity and to
Ask the Internet: Combining Search and Social Networking to Find Answers
Before the Internet, when you had a question about what you should do in a certain situation, you’d pick up the phone and call your best friend, or your mother, or your brother, and ask for advice. If you needed to know the best way to replace the flush valve in your toilet, you’d call someone who’s handy. If you needed a recipe for chicken soup you’d call your grandmother