Google and Others- Time to Buck Up?
As per a recent report on the search market share data, released by comScore, the major search engines registered an overall paltry growth. While the giant Google only managed to garner a mere 67 in July 2013 percent of the market as against 66.7 per cent in June with a meager 0.3 point change, results were not heartening for Bing as well. Yahoo, AOL and Ask were all languishing with either no growth or plummeting point changes. Here is a glimpse:
Here is a record of the overall search engine queries:
What should be worrying analysts more would be the consistent poor show by these search engine giants not only in terms of search shares but also in the customer satisfaction surveys.What should be worrying analysts more would be the consistent poor show by these search While Google received shockingly low scores, Bing, AOL and others were reeling as well. While Google scored 82 last year, this year it ended up with 77! Here’s more!
It would be interesting to see if these results at all are able to inspire constructive changes in the search engine dynamics or not.