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Bing Powered Share of US Searches Reaches 30 Percent

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Search engine Bing Powered searches for the month of April have just passed 30% of the total searches performed on search engines in the U.S. MarketingProfs.com reporting on the Bing statistics: "Bing-powered searches—those served by Bing.com and search.yahoo.com—accounted for 30.01% of all US searches conducted in the four weeks ended April 28, 2012, up 5% from the previous month and 11% from the previous year, [URL="http://press.experian.com/United-States/Press-Release/experian-hitwise-reports-bing-powered-share-of-searches-at-30-percent-in-april-2012.aspx"]according to[/URL] data from [URL="http://www.experian.com/hitwise/"]Experian Hitwise[/URL]."

Read more: [URL="http://www.marketingprofs.com/charts/2012/7910/bing-powered-share-of-us-search-reaches-30-in-april#ixzz1v06F8Rxv"]http://www.marketingprofs.com/charts/2012/7910/bing-powered-share-of-us-search-reaches-30-in-april#ixzz1v06F8Rxv
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Could it be that Bing is getting more traction for their new social friendly search platform? For more on this see [URL="http://searchengineland.com/bings-new-social-friendly-search-interface-now-live-121595"]SearchEngineLand[/URL].

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