When Web statistics keeper comScore released its search engine rankings for June this week, and except for one search engine there was no change amid the top three players, Google, Yahoo, and Bing.
Only the Bing has gained in U.S search volume market share among these leaders by 0.3, which sounds small until you believe that it’s based on a entirety of approximately 17 billion search queries.
Concerning to that source, Microsoft’s search engines rose from 13.80 percent to 14.64 percent, whereas Google lost 0.4 percent, from 67.95 percent to 67.55 percent—at rest an enormous overall lead, though, with more than two-thirds of the market.
Via this calculation, Google was off 2 percent, plummeting from 11.155 billion to 10.948 billion queries. Yahoo was too off by 2 percent, whilst Bing’s number of queries rose vaguely from 2.402 to 2.405 billion from May to June.