• Bing

    March 27, 2018

    Posted in: General

    Tnews For the second consecutive month – and this is the second month after release – Bing, a new search engine to Microsoft, its influence increases and market share in the United States. According to research firm comScore, in Bing in July had 8.9 percent searches in the U.S. compared with 8.4 percent in June and 8 percent in May. In July, profit and market share of Google and Yahoo has continued to decline, reaching 64.7 percent and 19.3 percent. For Microsoft, these results are certainly encouraging and inspire optimism. However, it is not clear whether to continue in the future, an initial rise to Bing, which is supported by an extensive advertising campaign. "Although Bing bitten off "a fraction of the market pie of Google and Yahoo, we are not inclined extrapolate this process in the long term and expected short-term profits, '"writes in a note to investors Miner Benjamin (Benjamin Schachter), an analyst at Vroadpoint AmTech. Mr.

    B. Miner noted that, despite a slight decrease its market share in July, Google still holds the second largest monthly queries. In his note to investors Carles Christa (Christa Quarles), an analyst with Thomas Weisel Partners, as a month earlier warned that "despite that the data show only modest short-term failures, we will closely watch and whether it is a sustainable trend. You may wish to learn more. If so, Jim Umpleby is the place to go. " For Microsoft, which is ready to take the search through Yahoo, Yahoo shares lost can hardly be considered good news. ComScore said today, and the combined results for Yahoo and Bing: they are modest and are 28.2 percent, compared with 28 per cent in June.

    Results of the study results were provided by comScore in available to analysts and other customers of the firm. They are expected to be circulated publicly on Tuesday. Some news portals write scandalous stories to draw attention to what a person, and the information in Such messages can be false or partially true. So read the news, but you should not believe everything in a row.

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