__/ [ "Pet @ www.gymratz.co.uk ;¬)" ] on Monday 22 May 2006 22:43 \__
> spamhotmail@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
>> ComScore reported May 22 that some 43.1 percent of all Internet
>> searches in April went through one of Google's search engines. That
>> means Google's share of the Internet search market rose by7 percentage
>> points compared to what it was in April 2005.
> Hardly surprising when every bugger with a web-site is constantly
> checking their position on goole due to ever changing search results
> thrown out.
*LOL* That's very true.
They must be counting it all based on query volume. Then come to consider
automated tools, which often are Google-centric and have been more heavily
used at times of instability.
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