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Re: Microsoft internet search marketshare is 'going nowhere'

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____/ Anonymous on Monday 01 Aug 2011 16:41 : \____

> http://www.infoworld.com/t/search-engines/microsoft-keeps-trying-and-
> failing-bing-168199
> "had to look at U.S. search market share because Bing is going
> absolutely nowhere in the international search market. Research firm
> StatCounter shows the total market share worldwide for Yahoo and Bing
> runs between 6.8 and 8.3 percent -- and the combined share has taken a
> nosedive from 8.15 percent to 6.77 percent between March 2011 and June
> 2011. Bing alone, according to StatCounter, has tumbled from 4.21
> percent to 3.24 percent internationally in those three months."
> In the U.S. M$ supposedly has 30% marketshare, which I seriously doubt
> BTW. But worldwide, Google has an astonishing 95%+ percent marketshare
> which is only INCREASING.
> And Google runs on Linux. So go figure...

Microsoft internet search has failed for many years, only the brand search.
Microsoft now uses a spyware sting to copy Google's SERPs at the expense of
MSIE users.

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