Latest statistics from comScore show that Google’s share of the U.S. search engine market has dipped for the first time since September 2009.
Ask.com throws in the towel
Search engine, Ask.com has announced that it will no longer be operating as a search engine.
Search marketers want more competition for Google
Online marketers lament the dominant position of Google. Is the search engine too powerful and does it make competition a distant dream?
Google’s search share continues to rise
Is there anything that can stop Google? New statistics show that it has increased its market share. Is it possible for a new search engine to survive?
Ask.com attracts 1m new searchers
ask.com makes inroads in the competitive world of search engine usage – the combination of a new service and agressive marketing campaign increases market share.
Major search engine results overlap by less than 1%
How much do search engine results vary from one search engine to another? Are all search engine results the same?
Ask upgrades its search engine
Ask.com unveils Ask3D. Like Google Universal, the new search engine shows search results from different media types on one single interface.
Search Engine Statistics
A review of the latest search engine statistics showing Google’s continued dominance.
UK Search Engine Statistics
An analysis of UK search engine marketing usage. Comparison between Google, Yahoo!, Ask.com, MSN and AOL.