On Fri, 22 Jul 2005 16:36:28 +0100, Roy Schestowitz
>Mikkel Møldrup-Lakjer wrote:
>> "Roy Schestowitz" <firstname.lastname@example.org> skrev i en meddelelse
>>>I thought you guys would find it interesting. According to:
>>> Google shares as a search engine have declined, but another study shows
>>> different figures and reports that Google are gaining strength:
>> Thanks a lot for those links, I do appreciate when you recommend such
>> articles as I would not have spotted them on my own. The article in
>> Business Week was quite interesting.
>> However, the market shares only shows US numbers. So they are quite
>> useless for the European market.
>> I would love to see such numbers for Northern Europe. I think Google is
>> larger here in Scandinavia, but I may be wrong.
>The big fight is going to be over the Asian market. From what I could
>gather, Google's 'theft' of the top Microsoft executive (whose roots are in
>Asia) gives a possibility of boosting usage in counties whose user count
>makes America and Europe only moderate factors.
>Windows has been a part of this struggle too. Some suggest that Microsoft
>intentionally turn a blind eye on Chinese Windows/Office piracy. But it
>takes us off topic...
No coincidence that Bill turned up on Live 8 - Oh, we'll all be
selling Microsft to Africa...la-la...
Elvis does my seo