No changes in Google and Bing’s latest rankings: comScore

seo indiaAccording to latest data released from research firm comScore. Microsoft’s Bing share of the U.S. unambiguous core search market stayed untouched flanked by June and July.

Largely, in july Google Websites lead with 65.1{9e4d90363301d728e593e350f1fca4618c445eae51a043106bb72ce067a31bb8} of the U.S. market, a bit reduction from 65.5 percent in June. Yahoo jumped in second with 16.1 {9e4d90363301d728e593e350f1fca4618c445eae51a043106bb72ce067a31bb8}, a slight decrease from June’s 15.9 {9e4d90363301d728e593e350f1fca4618c445eae51a043106bb72ce067a31bb8}. Meanwhile, Microsoft continuously stayed at 14.4 {9e4d90363301d728e593e350f1fca4618c445eae51a043106bb72ce067a31bb8}.

According to comScore, explicit core search “excludes contextually driven searches that do not reflect specific user intent to interact with the search results.”Talking about the overall core search- that comprises cross channel searches, contextual searches and partner searches the individual companies’ July shares stayed approximately the same.

Google earned 64.8 percent, Yahoo held 17.9 {9e4d90363301d728e593e350f1fca4618c445eae51a043106bb72ce067a31bb8} and Microsoft came in third with 13.4 {9e4d90363301d728e593e350f1fca4618c445eae51a043106bb72ce067a31bb8}. According to that metric, Microsoft refused vaguely from June, when it detained 14.1 {9e4d90363301d728e593e350f1fca4618c445eae51a043106bb72ce067a31bb8}.

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