July 10, 2009 at 10:24 AM EDT
Bing Leapfrogs Yahoo Search … Again
New stats from monitoring service StatCounter suggest that for the second time since its launch, Microsoft's Bing has surpassed Yahoo Search as the second most used search engine in the United States. Shortly after publicly debuting the new service , Bing already jumped over Yahoo Search - if only for one day - which many attributed to the launch momentum . But Bing has proven to be a very solid product that many seem keen to try out even after a month. According to the new data, Bing took 12.9% of the US market like comScore had earlier measured. With the strong jump, Bing comes out ahead of Yahoo Search (10.15%), while Mountain View remains the undisputed king of the mountain with a US market share of 75%.
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