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February 21, 2008 7:25 PM
Posted by Benjamin J. Romano
Lost in the shuffle today -- though it wasn't a great loss -- were the January Internet search market share figures from comScore. None of the major search engines saw their market share change either way by more than a percentage point.
The biggest loser was Yahoo, whose share declined 0.7 points from December to 22.2 percent in January. Google remained the leader by a country mile with 58.5 percent of the nearly 10.5 billion Internet searches performed in the U.S. last year. Microsoft held on to third, it's market share unchanged at 9.8 percent.
Here's the full release.
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