Microsoft Bing is slowly gaining on its rivals, but Google continues to lead the pack, recent comScore measures search engine show.
According to comScore, throughout November, Bing Microsoft rose 0.3 per cent in the search market, while Google and Yahoo dropped 0.1 percent. Bing gain is attributed to recent improvements to the search engine, including greater integration with Facebook.
Not surprisingly, AOL search ended at the bottom of the list, with a market share of the search for 2 percent. Search giant and market leader Google was at the top of the list with 64.3 percent share, followed by Yahoo with 19.3 percent.
Google’s position in the search market seems to have been reinforced by his Google search just revealed instantaneous, which increases the search speed for users.
“Google Sites led with 10.6 billion searches, followed by Yahoo Sites in second with 2.6 billion and Microsoft sites in third place with 1.9 billion,”the report said comScore.