Google the search engine Giant appears to have been felled from the ranks of “giant” to now a, er- lesser giant.
The search company search engine market share dropped little more than 10%, from a whopping 73.9% in May 2010 to 63.6% as of this May due to competition from Microsoft Bing, up 7.3% from to 9.7% May 2010 up to 17% in May 2011.
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Eric Schmidt, CEO of Google keynotes at TechCrunch Disrupt in San Francisco.
Schmidt believes that we are helping computers to help us do things better.
Here are the key points of what he said:
“The use of computers can makes us all have better,
more productive, fun, more entertaining lives.”
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- Smart Phones: Will surpass PC sales in 2 years.
- Pervasive Connectivity: Always online is a way of life.
- Cloud Computing: Provides new services that make life work better
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Google search dominates US and global markets. Bing drops. Yahoo Search falls too.
A recent Mashable post on search market share that shows Google dominating both the US and global markets.
According to Experian Hitwise, Google increased its market share up 1% from from 70.24% to 71.08% in the US. Microsoft‘s Bing however struggles to maintain growth, dropping 5% in the US from 9.48% to 8.96% for September 2009.
Even more remarkable, Net Applications’ Market Share Report shows Google above 80% market share globally. See their report and graph here.
Google gains ground even over the second largest shareholder, Yahoo Search, drops 3% to 16.38% in US market share. Clearly the search engine giant, Google offers online consumers more with its algorithmic results.
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