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Keyword Count / Usage

The report below summarizes the number of keywords used by end-users when using search engines. For example, "search engine usage" has three keywords while "search engine keyword usage" has four keywords. This analysis reveals that the majority of searches conducted on popular search engines such as Google, Yahoo, Live/MSN, etc. contain 3 or more keywords.
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Feb '14 - Jul '14 monthly 3D Pie All Browsers All Operating Systems All Search Engines All Connections

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adolfo 3/27/09 2:48PM