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Google VS Bing: GOOGLE CONTROLS 64% OF US SEARCH, BING TAKES 33%

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In brief, the global search giant named Google handles two-third of the organic search and Bing controls the rest. The comScore recently proved it by releasing the numbers for the US search market.

Google led the market with the 64% market share; that was flat for the whole summer. But Google’s market share went down from 67.7 percent it got last year.

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As for Bing, in July 2015 it gained 0.1 percent of the search market, so did Ask. Not much, but it’s better than nothing, right?

As Bing and Yahoo merged in one holding, turned out that Bing controls 33.1 percent of the market. According to the last news, the AOL will be a Bing-powered property soon. In that case, Bing can count on 34.3 percent of the market.

Bing & Yahoo have pretty good algorithms that more and more users would prefer, but the interfaces and how search results are displayed are far from Google’s quality and simplicity. Besides that, Bing is a strong rival that Google can should beware of.

Does Google have any reasons to worry about Bing’s future? What do you think? Share in comments, guys. 

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  • Casey Bailey

    I’m not worried about the future of Bing. He has good results. Such giants as Google should just make money. I believe that it is necessary to stop using Google because it represents a real threat to privacy.

    • https://ranksonic.com RankSonic

      Mabey, you are right. Well, time will show.