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Global Search Market grows by 46% in 2009

According to comScore, global search market increased by 46% in the last year alone with U.S. remaining the largest search market worldwide. There were more than 131 billion searches done from different places and by different age ranges. This would mean 4 billion searches per day, 175 million per hour and 29 million per minute. […]

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U.S. Search Engine Rankings for Sep 09

comScore, Inc. , a leader in measuring the digital world, today released its monthly comScore qSearch analysis of the U.S. search marketplace. In September 2009, Americans conducted 13.8 billion core searches, with Google Sites accounting for 64.9 percent search market share. Microsoft Sites grabbed 9.4 percent market share, representing a slight gain versus August. September […]

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Japanese Addicted to Entertainment Sites

A report by comScore on top entertainment sites in Japan reveals that 74 percent of the Japanese online population visited entertainment sites. The report also states that 15 percent of the time Japanese internet users spend their time reading and watching entertainment sites. (more…)

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Half of Spanish Internet Users Read Newspaper Online

Based on data from comScore World Metrix audience measurement, it was found that out of 18.3 million Spanish internet users, 8.4 million visited online newspaper sites. This would mean 46 percent of the total Spanish online audience. (more…)

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100 Million U.S. YouTube Viewers in October 2008

According to a recent report by comScore, U.S. Internet users watched 13.5 billion online videos during the month of October which is a 45 percent increase compared to the previous year. Hulu, another online video service which provides hit TV shows like NBA, Daily Show, 30 Rock and Family Guy moved up to the sixth […]

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U.S Online Purchases Reduce

E-commerce growth has reduced from 25% during June 07 to just 11% in June 2008. Industry analysts feel this might be the result of the recent economic stimulus by the U.S. government. comScore, Inc. an internet information provider in its recent release stated that there has been a reduction in purchases during the last two […]

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