U.S. Search Engine Rankings, March 2007

The number
of U.S. searches rose 6 percent from February, and 14 percent from a
year earlier. Data for March 2007 search engine rankings was released
by comScore Networks from its qSearch analysis. 

In
March 2007, 7.3 billion domestic searches were conducted. Google
accounted for 3.5 billion search queries; Yahoo served 2 billion;
Microsoft garnered 798 million; Ask.com served 379 million; and Time
Warner, which includes AOL, hosted 368 million queries.

QSearch
data are based on an opt-in global panel of over 2 million consumers.
The panel is observed for browsing and transactional behavior and
participates in survey research to capture attitudes.

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