US Desktop Search Rankings Hold Steady; Google Maintains 64% Share

For the second consecutive month, there was little change in comScore’s US desktop search engine rankings. Google, still the overwhelming leader with 64% of the share of the market, and Ask, with less than 2% share, each lost 1/10 of a percentage point between May and June.
Microsoft Bing (20.3%), Yahoo (12.7%) and AOL (1.2%) all showed no monthly change in the rankings, which measure explicit core searches.

ComScore reported 17.5 billion explicit core searches were conducted in June in the US, down from 18.2 billion in May. Google’s total was 11.2 billion. Bing had 3.6 billion, followed by Yahoo with 2.2 billion, Ask Network with 301 million and AOL with 202 million.
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Virtually No Change In US Desktop Search Market Share According To ComScore’s May 2015 Report

According to comScore’s May 2015 U.S. desktop search report, there was nearly zero change in search market share for Google, Microsoft, Yahoo, Ask and AOL between April and May.
Google still owned 64 percent, and Bing held on to the 20 percent share it reached in March. The only reported changes included a .1 percent loss by Google, while Bing and AOL both gained .1 percent.

ComScore reports a total of 18.2 billion search queries were performed in May, with more than half – 11.7 billion – conducted on Google. Bing captured 3.7 billion searches, followed by Yahoo at 2.3 billion.
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