Google the No. 1 search site in the world according to OneStat.com
OneStat.com recently reported that Google?s global usage share continues to rise and that Google’s search site is the number one in the world. Google?s global usage share has reached an all time high and has risen from 53.2 percent to 55.1 percent. Google’s global usage share has increased 1.9 percent the last 2 months . Yahoo’s global usage share remains stable. The second largest search engine on the web has a global usage share of 20.6 percent (October 14, 2002).
?Search engines like Google can drive a lot of traffic to a website. Our software is the ultimate solution to measure traffic from search engines to a website. Each website owner can analyse what kind of search engines & keywords the visitors use to find a website,? said Niels Brinkman, co-founder of OneStat.com.
The 7 largest search engines on the web are:
1. Google 55.1% +1.9%
2. Yahoo 20.6% +0.2
3. MSN Search 9.4% +0.3
4. AOL Search 3.5% +0.6%
5. Terra Lycos 3.0% -0.7%
6. Altavista 2.4% -0.4%
7. Ixquick 1.7% -0.5%
All numbers are an average of the last 2 months.