Nielsen Reports February U.S. Search Rankings Americans conducted more than 9.17 billion searches in February 2010, according to recent data from the Nielsen Company. Google Search accounted for 65.2 percent of the market share with a total of 5.98 billion searches. Trailing far behind, Yahoo! Search came in second with 14.1 percent of the market share with a total 1.29 billion searches.
MSN/WindowsLive/Bing snagged third place with 12.5 percent, while AOL Search accounted for 2.3 percent of the market share. Although Google Search came in as the top U.S. Search provider once again, Bing accounted for a notable 15 percent increase in market share from its January market share.
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