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Bing and Yahoo! has overt he last 8 months been climbing steadily in their shares of the of searches in the US and
now they have a combines share of over 30%!
Bing (Microsoft sites) is now at 12,1% and Yahoo! sites is at 18,3% making the
combined “MicroHoo” at 30,4%!
So dont forget Bing at Yahoo! in your next US PPC campaign!
And Google is now down at 63,7% – still huge!

Bing and Yahoo! has overt he last 8 months been climbing steadily in their shares of the of searches in the US and now they have a combines share of over 30%!
Bing (Microsoft sites) is now at 12,1% and Yahoo! sites is at 18,3% making the combined “MicroHoo” at 30,4%!

So dont forget Bing at Yahoo! in your next US PPC campaign!

And Google is now down at 63,7% – still huge!

I have already been writing several times about Bing and Yahoo gaining extra shares of the of searches in the US and this month they are again on the move while Google goes down a bit!

Bing (Microsoft sites) is now up at 11,8% and Yahoo! sites gained 0,8% to now 17,7% making the combined “MicroHoo” closer to the 30% – at 29,5%!
And Google lost a bit for the second month in a row –  now down 0,7% to a still massive 64,4% – but is still makes it more and more important to remember both Bing and Yahoo! in the Search Marketing activities!
(Source: comScore 2010)

With Bing and Yahoo! again moving a bit forward and closer to 30% of share of searches in the US according to comScore, it just makes more and more sense to include them in the US search advertising campaign – if you didn’t already do it…

Bing went from 11,5% to 11,7% and Yahoo! from 16,8% to 16,9% giving MicroHoo a combined share of 28,6%.
And Google went a little down to still a massive 65,1%

It’s not going as fast as it has been, but comScore reports that February was in fact a month with a small growth in Bings share of searches in the USA.
Bing (Microsoft sites) went from 11,3% to 11,5%, but unfortunately Yahoo! went 0,2% down, so MicroHoo had a unchanged share of the searches.. still there’s a combined share of 28,3%!
And yes, Google went 0,1% up to 65,5%.