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    Comscore May 2015 Report Shows Little Change

    Maybe one day this will change...

    Virtually No Change In US Desktop Search Market Share According To ComScore’s May 2015 Report

    According to comScore’s May 2015 U.S. desktop search report, there was nearly zero change in search market share for Google, Microsoft, Yahoo, Ask and AOL between April and May.

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    Re: Comscore May 2015 Report Shows Little Change

    I'm surprised that yahoo maintains as much market share as they do. Seems like the lights are off in their building.

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    Re: Comscore May 2015 Report Shows Little Change

    Yes, They have been dead over there, but they are shifting things. Now testing search results from Google as well as Google Ads. It will be interesting to see how Bing and Yahoo align now that their partnership is a bit loose. Will yahoo break from Microsoft and align with Google? Maybe.

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    Re: Comscore May 2015 Report Shows Little Change

    Will Marissa manage the sale to Google and become part of it again...

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