The latest data from comScore is out – and it’s looking very positive for Bing. According to a recent press release, Microsoft has seen gains in U.S. search share during the second week of Bing’s debut.
From the press release:
The results show that Microsoft has continued to increase its position in the search market following the initial week of Bing’s debut. Microsoft Sites saw its average daily searcher penetration and share of search result pages in the U.S. continue to climb during the second week of Bing’s introduction.
According to the raw data, Microsoft’s average daily penetration among U.S. searchers reached 16.7% during the second week since launch which is an increase of 3 percentage points prior to Bing’s launch. Microsoft’s share of search results pages also grew as well:
… And it’s not only comScore that’s showing positive news for Bing.
Last week in our blind search test, you (our readers) voted that Bing (47%) provided better results that both Google (38%) and Yahoo (14%). While it’s all good news for Bing, how has this impacted your search habits or traffic?
- Have you switched default search providers from Google to Bing?
- Have you seen an increase in Microsoft traffic to your site?
Let us know via our blog comments below!