More NewsTop 10 U.S. Search Providers, September 2007

Top 10 U.S. Search Providers, September 2007

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

Where do Internet users go to search the Web? Nielsen//NetRatings ranks the top 10 search providers by number of U.S. users and share of total searches for the month of September.

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

Top U.S. Search Providers by Searches, September 2007
Provider Searches (000) Share of Total Searches (%)
Google 3,994,158 54.0
Yahoo 1,443,244 19.5
MSN/Windows Live 890,685 12.0
AOL 444,493 6.0
Ask.com 158,969 2.2
My Web Search 61,911 0.8
Comcast 38,926 0.5
BellSouth 35,740 0.5
SBC Yellow Pages 29,424 0.4
My Way 26,750 0.4
Other 268,779 3.6
All search 7,393,079 100.0
Source: Nielsen//NetRatings, 2007

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