You don’t get much better than Danny Sullivan’s article on July’s comScore figures. The article provides a fantastic overview of search engine statistics on the whole, comScore’s figures in specific, and makes a valuable point about the care it’s necessary to take when looking at any interpreted statistical data.
Read the report yourself, then decide whether Google has actually lost "market share" – and, more importantly, whether it even matters!
Do not put faith in what statistics say until you have carefully considered what they do not say.
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