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Written by Daniel   
Wednesday, 13 August 2008 12:12

 Microsoft's MSN search engine was the biggest loser over the past year and a half, as Google continued to grab U.S. Internet search market share at a record pace

By Dan Nystedt, IDG News Service
InfoWorld
August 13, 2008

Google continued to grab U.S. Internet search market share at a record pace in July, with Microsoft's MSN search engine the biggest loser over the past year and a half, according to data from Hitwise.
Google accounted for 70.77 percent of all online search engine queries in the U.S. for the four weeks ending July 26, Hitwise said Tuesday. The figure is Google's 10th consecutive record high in monthly search share, and shows strong improvement over the 64.35 percent share it took in July of last year and 63.06 percent in January 2007.  [Comments...]

 

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