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Friday, October 14, 2005

 
Interesting report from Hitwise, referred to in the Netimperative article "Netimperative - Google powers 7 in 10 UK searches" shows that the top 4 engines power 94% of UK searches, with Google powering 70% of UK internet searches. I can't say that I'm surprised; this is the kind of figure that I get on the courses that I run. However, having said that, at Internet Librarian International this week there was a higher proportion of non-Googlers among the librarians. That's a figure I'd really like to be able to explore in more detail. Further comment is also available, of course, from Gary over at SearchEngineWatch.

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