Google and Bing win high positions in June, while Yahoo! loses the positions in the latest comScore search market share numbers.
Google and Bing have reached very high levels while Yahoo has reached the lowest point for all time of working, according to statistics from comScore. The data have been already published, and financial analysts actively share this information.
So, following the fresh statistics for June, 2012, that covered desktop searche users only, not mobile:
Google search share: from 66.7 % in May has risen to 66.8 % in June - high level for Google. Bing search share: from 15.4 % in May to 15.6 % in June - 0,2 % share increase is an all-time high for the search engine. Yahoo! search share: from 13.4 % in May to 13 % in June - all-time low level position for Yahoo!
This figures demonstrate bad tendency for Yahoo! - during the last 10 months the company share has decreased from 16.3 % to current 13 %. Well, meanwhile Bing grows - within 26 months we watch step-by-step market share increase.
The search engine of Microsoft Company intents to become the new search leader and continues driving the attention and sympathy of users and web designers with various novelties and updates. And as you can see, it bears fruits: in June Experian Hitwise service has published statistics according to which Google's market share accounted for 66.05% of all searches in the USA. Certainly, to catch up with Google moving forward with giant's stride won't be easy, but, taking in attention last Bing actions - recognition of its results among the most accurate data in the Web, help for web-masters (SEOreports and*SEO*Analyzer)- rely upon that in the future we will see turf battle between Google and Bing.