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February 21, 2008 7:25 PM

U.S. search market share essentially unchanged in January

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.

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