Google Loses Search Share While MSN Gains

  Written by on August 21, 2008

The comScore for June 2007 reports that Live’s search share has gone up while Google’s goes down. It is likely that the launch of Search Club is responsible for this near 3% increase in search share. Should Google be worried? It appears to be a normal decline, seasonal.

“Google has a tendency to see share declines during the summer, driven in part by vacations, fewer work days, and reliance on academia from its core user base,” – Read article

While Google’s search share has declined this month, the overall picture is not a decline in searches for Google – just its percentage of the pie. The actual numbers went from 3.6 billion in May to 4 billion searches during June.

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About Sara Mannix

Sara Mannix is the CEO of Mannix Marketing, Inc., a Digital Marketing Agency headquartered in Glens Falls, NY. She founded Mannix Marketing in 1996 with a goal to get clients "found" on the web through organic Search Engine Optimization (SEO). The company now serves over 1500 clients worldwide and employs a team of over 30 specialists, still operating under the tagline "We Get You Found On The Web." This multifaceted company is an industry leader, specializing in organic SEO, Link Earning, SEO-friendly Website Design, Online Advertising, Social Media and more. Mannix Marketing also has one of the largest portfolios of tourism and city guides in Upstate New York. These guides, which include Albany.com, Saratoga.com, LakeGeorge.com, GlensFallsRegion.com, CliftonPark.com and Adirondack.net, reach over 10 million visitors a year. Corresponding social media profiles for the region extend this reach to millions more on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, LinkedIn, YouTube and more.

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