comScore Releases March 2008 Search Engine Rankings

comScore’s March 2008 Search Engine Rankings are in and it will surprise no one that Google continues to dominate the search market. The search engine giant extended its lead by .6% from February 2008. Here’s the raw data.

In month-over-month numbers, Google increased from 59.2% to 59.8%, while Yahoo saw a dip from 21.6% to 21.3%. Microsoft also declined from 9.6% to 9.4%, and AOL dropped from 4.9% to 4.8%. Ask was the only other of the top-five search engines to see an increase, from 4.6% to 4.7%.

Americans conducted 10.8 billion searches in the month of March. And here’s how those searches broke down, with the month-over-month changes:

Google – 6.4 billion, 10% increase
Yahoo – 2.3 billion, 7% increase
MSN – 1 billion, 6% increase
AOL – 521 million, 7% increase
Ask – 503 million, 12% increase

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