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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). While Europe and Asia Pac have the highest number of searchers and...

  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. The study found that video and display advertising are effective at driving significant uplift in site visits and advertiser search queries.

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

    According to comScore qSearch, there were 21.3 billion expanded search queries conducted in September. According to comScore qSearch, Americans conducted 13.8 billion core searches in September 2009. Google was #1 with 9.4 billion expanded search...

  4. 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. And one of the speakers is Dave Snyder, Co-Founder of Search & Social.

  5. 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...

  6. Highlights from the SEW Blog: March 17-21, 2008

    Google Increases Lead in Share of All American SearchescomScore qSearch data for February portrays Google as PacMan. The social search portal allows users to vote and comment on search queries culled from Google, Yahoo and MSN as well as social...

  7. U.S. Core Search Rankings, February 2008

    ComScore's QSearch data are based on an opt-in global panel of over 2 million consumers. Search queries were down at all search engines. Google served 5.9 billion search queries, down 5 percent from January.