More NewsTop 10 Search Providers, May 2007

Top 10 Search Providers, May 2007

The top 10 search engines and search providers by the number of users and share of total searches.

Google topped four billion searches in May 2007, up from 3.8 billion in April. The top U.S. search engine rankings by search share are provided by Nielsen//NetRatings

Google maintained a dominant ranking with 56.3 percent share of searches. Yahoo held at 21.5 percent share, Windows Live rounded the top three with an 8.4 percent share of searches.

Nielsen//NetRatings uses a sampling methodology through its MegaPanel of Internet users.

Top 10 Search Providers, ranked by Searches, May 2007
Provider Searches (000) Share of Total Searches (%)
Google 4,033,277 56.3
Yahoo 1,540,949 21.5
Windows Live 605,400 8.4
AOL 381,961 5.3
Ask.com 142,418 2.0
My Web Search 61,784 0.9
Comcast 34,908 0.5
EarthLink 33,461 0.5
BellSouth 30,122 0.4
Dogpile 26,295 0.4
Other 275,365 3.8
All searches 7,165,940 100
Source: Nielsen//NetRatings, 2007

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