Yahoo was up 0.16 percentage points, or 0.8% of their April market share. MSN/Live, like Google, was down, but only 0.06 percentage points (albeit far less than their previous month‘s loss of 0.69 percentage points).
Ask fared the best in growth this month. Perhaps their algorithm commercials are paying off (“chicks with swords” premiered in June). Not only was their numerical growth the largest of any search engine (up 0.23 percentage points), but their relative growth was seven times that of the next largest relative growth percentage. Ask’s numbers were up 5.9% over April’s. Which just goes to show you that when your market share is very small, even very small changes can look huge.
However, only Google had year-over-year growth.
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