A Google search might not be your greatest stake if you desire to look what you’re looking for online, new data recommends.
Although 66% of the entire searches in July were performed using Google’s search engine, over 80% of searches conducted on both Yahoo and Bing were successful, compared to just 68% of Google searches. Experian Hitwise, the online competitive intelligence company that released the figures last Thursday, describes a successful search as one that results in a person really clicking through to a Web site.
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