September 2011 search engine market share data shows Google has regained growth after a slight drop in August.
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.
Data from Q1 2011 suggests that Facebook now accounts for almost a third of all online display advertising impressions in the US.
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Google tramples on Yahoo and MSN yet again in latest comScore findings.
Latest US figures from comScore show that there is no holding back for Google as market share grows even further at the expense of Yahoo! and Microsoft. Paid search, however, shows signs of weakness.