Hitwise announced today that Google accounted for 63.98 percent of all US searches in the four weeks ending September 1, 2007. Yahoo! Search, MSN Search and Ask.com each received 22.87, 7.98 and 3.41 percent respectively. The remaining 48 search engines in the Hitwise Search Engine Analysis Tool accounted for 1.68 percent of U.S. searches.

Percentage of US Searches Among Leading Search Engine Providers





















Note: Data is based on four week rolling periods (ending 9/01/07; 8/26/07; 7/1/2006) from the Hitwise sample of 10 million US Internet users.
* - includes executed searches on Live.com and MSN Search.
Source: Hitwise

September 19, 2007

Manoj has been in the Digital marketing industry for over 10 years with experience at some of Canada's largest companies: WestJet and Shaw Communications. Manoj first started in the search marketing industry with Enquiro Search Solutions, where he spearheaded web analytics, SEO Training and the development of cutting edge search marketing solutions for clients. Manoj is also an entrepreneur in the Mobile and Local Deals space.

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Wow, I didn't know that MSN where playing with only 8%. I though it was way higher than that, considering how big Microsoft is!

These numbers are definitely more inline with what I've been seeing across sites and clients. It's a Google world...

I've never heard anyone ever use the term: "ask it" or even "msn it" but "Google it" is as recognised these days as "would you like fries with that?"

Google has pretty much won the market in much the same way as Microsoft has with software. It's gonna take a massive change to get another search engine close.

Reflects my experience perfectly. Although I believe your personal results depend on the niche you inhabit.

I wrote and article, it's expected that Google will loose its position in a couple of years, but I don't think so... and according to your statistics the situation is almost opporsite.

The numbers for my sem/web analytics blog favour Google even more, towards 80%...

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