More NewsU.S. Search Engine Rankings, February 2007

U.S. Search Engine Rankings, February 2007

Search volume rose 19 percent over February last year; Google retains its dominance in search share.

U.S. Internet users conducted 6.9 billion searches in February, according to data from comScore Networks‘ qSearch.

The 6.9 billion searches conducted in February account for a 1 percent increase over January 2007 and a 19 percent increase over February 2006. Web surfers used Google for 3.3 billion search queries. Yahoo served 2 billion, MSN garnered 730 million, Ask.com served 348 million, and Time Warner sites, including AOL, served 338 million searches in February.

QSearch data are based on an opt-in global panel of over 2 million consumers. The panel is observed for browsing and transactional behavior and participates in survey research to capture attitudes.

U.S. Online Searches by Engine, January 2007 and February 2007 (%)
January 2007 (B)
February 2007 (B)
Change
Total Internet population 100 100 N/A
Google 47.5 48.1 0.6
Yahoo 28.1 28.1 0.0
Microsoft 10.6 10.5 -0.1
Ask.com 5.2 5.0 -0.2
Time Warner 5.0 4.9 -0.1
Source: comScore Networks, 2007

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