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Jun 19, 2009

Search Shares by Google, Bing, Yahoo

Google once again topped the list for search engine share in May according to data from comScore. The company captured 65 percent of all core searches, up about 0.8 percent from April.

Yahoo came in second with 20.1 percent of searches and Microsoft was third with 8 percent, a drop of 0.3 and 0.2 percent respectively.

May's numbers did not include statistics for Microsoft's Bing search engine, which launched in June, but preliminary results from comScore saw growth for Bing.

Total number of searches were down last month, from 14.7 billion in April to 14.3 billion in May.

All the major companies took a slight dip. Google was still number one, but dropped about 2 percent, from about 9.5 billion in April to 9.3 billion in May. Yahoo dropped 4 percent to 2.8 billion searches, and Microsoft dropped 5 percent to 1.1 billion.

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