Microsoft and Yahoo took a tumble in their year-over-year search share in October 2008, according to Nielsen Online. All searches were down 2%, which is quite surprising considering the election and the economy. Yahoo was down 12% and Microsoft was down 19%. Ask.com took a hit as well with a decrease of 22.9% The news was much brighter for Google and AOL. Both saw sizeable increases at 8.1% and 14.5% respectively. Google continues to dominate the search engine industry at a 61.2% market share. Here's the full chart: Related Reading: E-commerce Growth Slows to Just 1% in October 2008
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