Google’s Share of April Searches 55%, YOY Growth 42%

May 22, 2007

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An estimated 3.8 billion search queries were conducted at Google search, accounting for 55% of all search queries conducted in April, according to Nielsen/NetRatings, which today released its April 2007 data for the top US search providers.

The top three search providers, ranked by total searches, were Google, Yahoo and MSN/Windows Live Search, with 55%, 22% and 9% of searches, respectively, according to the data. Searches refer to the total number of queries conducted at the provider.

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Google also registered the most growth year over year, with the number of searches conducted at Google increasing 42% from April 2006. Yahoo’s YOY growth was 28%, and searches at MSN/Windows Live Search increased more than 7%, according to Nielsen/NetRatings.

AOL and Ask.com, with 5% and 2% of April searches, respectively, rounded out the list of top 5 search providers.

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