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  1. 2012 London Olympics: How the World Was Searching

    For this analysis, I used comScore’s qSearch tool, which is based on a 2 million desktop/PC based searcher panel covering more than 170 countries (disclosure: I work for comScore). The Olympics always produces great stories and gut wrenching drama.

  2. .Fox Networks and comScore Unveil Research About Branding Impact of Online Advertising

    By comparison, Americans conducted 15.2 billion core searches that month, according to comScore qSearch. Last week, .Fox Networks (pronounced "dot-fox") and comScore unveiled the findings of a ground-breaking U.K.study at the Advertising Research...

  3. 125.5 Million Americans Watched 10.3 Billion YouTube Videos in September

    According to comScore qSearch, Americans conducted 13.8 billion core searches in September 2009. According to comScore qSearch, there were 21.3 billion expanded search queries conducted in September. According to comScore, percent of the total U.S.

  4. U.S. Online Video Market Soars in July to 21.4 Billion Videos Viewed

    About nine days ago, comScore qSearch announced there were 12.9 billion searches in July 2009 -- on sites where search activity is observed. Here are some of the other stats buried at the bottom of comScore's press release: percent of the total U.S.

  5. SearchDay | Getting Closer to Mobile Local Search's Day

    According to comScore qSearch 2.0, there were 2.7 billion expanded search queries conducted on YouTube and 206 million conducted at Facebook in . Hulu saw a significant spike in activity after it aired an ad during this year's Super Bowl, "which...

  6. Facebook, YouTube and Twitter at SES New York! Oh, my!

    According to comScore qSearch 2.0, there were 2.7 billion expanded search queries conducted on YouTube and 206 million conducted at Facebook in February 2009. Why are Facebook, YouTube and Twitter featured on the SES New York agenda?

  7. Is YouTube about to pass Yahoo in expanded searches?

    And here's what comScore qSearch 2.0 found: billion expanded search queries were conducted at Google in June; billion expanded search queries were conducted at Yahoo that month; billion expanded search queries were conducted at YouTube and other...

  8. SearchDay: When Top Keywords Suddenly Vanish

    ComScore releases U.K.search rankings for April 2008Posted by Greg JarboeComScore today released its first report on the U.K.search market from its enhanced comScore qSearch 2.0 online search measurement tool.