comScore Media Metrix has released its July 2005 Search Engine Rankings, showing that Google continues to maintain its market share lead in the U.S. search engine market. comScore reports that Google leads the U.S. search market with 36.5 percent of all the searches submitted, followed by Yahoo! at 30.5 percent, and MSN at 15.5 percent. Although Google contains to maintain its lead, MSN saw the highest search volume gain. The top six search engines also included Time Warner (AOL), Ask Jeeves, and InfoSpace. The study also said that 11 percent fo all domestic searches were conducted via toolbar, with Yahoo! serving as the source of 51 percent of all toolbar searches in July.
posted on Monday, August 22, 2005
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