Yes, I am surprised. My previous statistics were evidently a bit outdated as I had the search engine war between the Big 3 Providers -- Google, Yahoo, and MSN -- running a tight 1-2-3. Indeed, it must have been early in 2005 the last time I bothered to look at the statistics, but at that time my stats showed that Google controlled 36% while Yahoo and MSN were running at 33% and 32% respectively. Yes, the statistics total to more than 100% since they include those people who use more than one search engine [in this case they are counted twice].
Google is the Internets most-used search engine, with a 45.1% share of searches in September, according to market tracker Nielsen/NetRatings. Yahoo (YHOO) had 23.3% and MSN 11.7%, says Nielsen.
To put it bluntly, only Yahoo is in the game and MSN is quickly fading to irrelevancy. How can I say this? Becausewhen I do searches of key words that I frequently check upon including, Corporate Flight Attendant Community, I find some vastly different results.
With MSN, the search results yielded 3117 results, withYahoo 326, and with Google 9850. What is apparent to meis that Google is doing the best job of indexing pages while the other two are way behind. I will give MSN credit for the recent leap in the number of results for Corporate Flight Attendant Community, but several of the resultswere for pages I deleted months, even years ago! Overall, I believe Yahoo harnesses their popular Yahoo Groups, Hotjobs, and other key features to give them a search engine edge over MSN.
Do you, Yahoo? I dont... now you understand why.
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