We knew it would finally come to this, but it doesn’t make it any less of a strange statistic to be contemplating. In July, comScore’s reports show that Google’s share of online searches in the United States declined 1% from June – stopping the 11-month streak of Google consistently making gains in online search. This doesn’t signify the end of the world as we know it – Google still leads the July online search share with 43.7%, followed by Yahoo! at 28.8%, Microsoft at 12.8%, then Time-Warner/AOL at 5.9% and the Ask network at 5.4%. Searches online reached an astonishing 6.3 billion number in July.
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