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____/ Hardon on Monday 14 Nov 2011 16:32 : \____
> Not! even! Yahoo! can! help! us! now! master!
> A worrying trend for Microsoft's search engine was revealed last
> Friday: Bing's market share remained flat over the last two months
> while Google clawed back web surfers.
> According to ComScore, Bing is struggling to add users â despite
> Microsoft's expensive efforts to make the search engine a serious
> contender against the Chocolate Factory.
> Bing's market share is still hovering around the 15 per cent mark in
> the US, the online metrics firm said.
> Since Microsoft debuted Bing as its rebranded search engine in June
> 2009, its popularity has nearly doubled from 8.4 per cent then to 14.8
> per cent today.
> However, the software vendor's search engine has arguably plateaued
> out, while Google is steadily increasing its market share again.
And remember that ComScore's numbers are more biased then most. ComScore is
a Microsoft partner, paid by Microsoft.
B0ng is dead... like MSN and Live... losing billions per year.
~~ Best of wishes
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