The report below summarizes the market share for the top search engines in use today. This usage analysis shows that Google
is the most utilized search engine. We only list search engines that have amassed at least
0.1% of the market share during the selected time period.
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A Web search engine is a tool designed to search for information on the World Wide Web. Information may consist of web pages, images, information and other types of files. Some search engines also mine data available in newsbooks, databases, or open directories. Unlike Web directories, which are maintained by human editors, search engines operate algorithmically or are a mixture of algorithmic and human input.
Google, EU Search Deal; New YouTube Boss; Schmidt's $106M Payday
PC Magazine / 2/6/14
Topping tech headlines Wednesday, the European Commission announced a deal with Google, whereby the search giant will feature links to rival services in its results, as well as make it easier for advertisers and publishers to work with competing firms.
Google Shows YouTube Music Videos First in Its Search Results
The Next Web / 2/6/14
As reported by Search Engine Watch, Google has started showing links to YouTube videos with a large, Google Now-style card at the top of the page. You can't actually play them within the search engine, but the transparent play button makes it look like the ...
Google Avoids Fine In EU Antitrust Deal Regarding Search Results
CruxialCIO / 2/6/14
5 in which the search giant would slightly tweak its results pages to leave room for competing product results. The European Commission is the European Union body responsible for legislation and treaties. Look for alternative search results to be clearly ...
Can Yahoo Make A Come Back Into Search?
Search Engine Roundtable / 2/4/14
Over the weekend, news broke that Yahoo's CEO, Marissa Mayer, has started initiatives to get Yahoo back into building its own search technology. As you may remember, Yahoo did have their own search technology until they gave up a few years ago.
Yahoo Wants Back in the Search Game
Search Engine Watch / 2/4/14
Yahoo is rumored to be planning a return to the search market, with two projects they hope will get the company back on the map with their own search engine. Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer has reportedly spearheaded two projects, code-named Fast Break and ...
Fourth Amendment: Unreasonable Search and Seizure
Yahoo News / 2/4/14
Today, an unreasonable search or seizure can involve a clear violation of private property rights, like the police entering someone's home without a warrant supported by probable cause of wrongdoing, or can be subtler, like a police officer using a thermal ...
January 2014 search engine market stats revealed
theEword / 2/4/14
The January 2014 UK search engine market share stats have been revealed by visitor counter service StatCounter Global Stats. The results show that in January 2014, Google.com and Google.co.uk received a combined total UK search volume of 88.71 per ...
Microsoft CEO Search May Be Nearing Conclusion
The Escapist / 1/31/14
Microsoft's CEO search may be drawing to a close, and Satya Nadella, current head of the cloud computing division, is the man everyone's talking about. Nadella's a ... He's the man behind all Microsoft's cloud services, from Skype and Bing to Xbox Live.
Nadella Would Bring Search Cred To Microsoft CEO Role
Search Engine Land / 1/31/14
For the past three years Nadella has run Microsoft's Server & Tools business. Before that he was in charge of Bing and online advertising. Nadella presided over the transition from Live Search to Bing and understands the search business. Nokia's Stephen ...
Paid Search Trends: CPCs Rise, Bing's Market Share Falls in Q4
MarketingProfs.com (subscription) / 1/30/14
The average cost per click (CPC) for paid search ads rose across all search engines in the fourth quarter of 2013, according to a recent report from The Search Agency. The analysis, based on data from US advertisers who ran paid search campaigns in 4Q13, ...
Google has 96.17% of websearch market in Brazil in December
Telecompaper (subscription) / 1/29/14
The latest Serasa Experian survey highlighted Google's continued domination of the search engine market in Brazil, with a 96.17 percent share in December, including all its domains. Other competitors continued to hold the remaining 3 percent. Ask Brasil ...