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Comscore Study for August 2008 Searches Released

Sep 20, 2008 by     4 Comments    Posted under: SEO Tips

Just for information comscore.com a leader in measuring the digital world, today released its monthly comScore qSearch analysis of the U.S. search marketplace. In August 2008, Americans conducted 11.7 billion core searches, virtually unchanged from July, as Google Sites extended its lead in core search market share by 1.1 percentage points.

Based on the report Google stills tops the searches followed by Yahoo , Microsoft , Ask and AOL.

Comscore Study for August 2008 Searches

I have blog about the searches last January and comparing the two reports it seems that Google Searches is still dominating and also increased their percentage compared to Yahoo. With this data Google could bring us visitors 3 times yahoo. Although this data comes from US. It is still a Good study on where we need to optimized.

So Google should bring back some of my keywords since others already come back. As an example see search results for “Techsatish” where I explained it before here


I am still waiting for my Games Keywords such as Free PSP Games Download to be seen in the 1st or 2nd page of SERP. Currently it can be seen on Fifth page from Google.com.ph as shown below. [ But still it is not being seen in Google.com site ]

free Psp games download

I am still hoping that all those keywords will again back to it’s proper place 🙂

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  • We are a group of volunteers and starting a new initiative in a community. Your blog provided us important information to function on. You have done a marvellous job!

  • […] Well today ask.com has been re launched with different function . Just a bit of information that Ask.com got a 4.5% share of the searches last august as reported by Comscore which is way far from Google.com and […]

  • thanks for the info.
    buti ka nga asa 5th page na ung target keyword mo.. ako.. nawala asa dungeon na ata heheh from top4 biglang nawala ng isang pitik lang hehehe..

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