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Google continues U.S. search dominance, Bing gains

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New York—Google accounted for 71.7% of all U.S. searches conducted in June, with Yahoo Search coming in second at 14.4%, according to Experien Hitwise. Both were essentially unchanged from results in May.

However, Microsoft's Bing search engine showed robust growth in the four-week measurement period ending June 26, which examined a Hitwise sample of 10 million U.S. Internet users. For the period, Bing logged a 9.9% share of all U.S. search queries, up 7% from its 9.2% share the preceding month.

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