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Google’s Increased Market Shares Reaffirm Millionairium’s Focus, SEO Expert Says

ORANGE, CA— Google’s U.S. market share increased from 64.8 percent in August to 65.3 percent in September, reaffirming that the search engine should be the main focus of business owners’ search engine optimization campaigns.

On October 11, comScore, Inc.—a global leader in digital business world analytics—released its monthly analysis of the nationwide search market, revealing that 65.3 percent of searchers typed their queries into Google’s search box. During the same month-long period, second place market shareholder Yahoo fell to 15.5 percent, trailed by Microsoft’s Bing that remained unchanged at 14.7 percent.

Ali Husayni, SEO expert and founder of Millionairium, said that Google’s increase was predictable, considering the company’s history of technological innovation.

“With Google being the cutting edge provider of search, it’s only natural for their search market to grow,” he said.

Husayni said that Google’s recent raise in market shares validates Millionairium’s concentration on the search engine giant.

“It reiterates our thought process in developing our SEO strategies to focus on Google alone,” Husayni said. “Ranking on Google is what generates new business, which is our goal for every one of our clients.”

Following the release of the comScore report, shares of Google increased by $22.05, amounting to $537.17, compared with Yahoo, which rose just 37 cents to $15.84 and Bing, which climbed 69 cents to reach $26.94.

“Business owners should be aware that, in order to stay in business and grow, they need to be found on Google search results,” Husayni added. “That is the bottom line. If your business is not on Google, your business is doomed.”

Google’s third quarter results, which were announced October 13, reported revenues of $9.72 billion. “We had a great quarter,” said Larry Page, CEO of Google, in a press release posted on Google Investor Relations. “Revenue was up 33 percent year on year and our quarterly revenue was just short of $10 billion. Google+ is now open to everyone and we just passed the 40 million user mark. People are flocking into Google+ at an incredible rate and we are just getting started!”

The wealth of new search features and social networking components is what sets Google apart from the competition, Husayni said.

“The search results are not diluted or full of spam,” he said. “They have a very sophisticated, fast-paced way of analyzing sites and their relevancy to a particular query. What’s more, their development of Google+ is a good alternative to Facebook and Twitter.”

Husayni said that, in light of Google’s imminent monopoly of the search market, the Millionairium team will continue becoming better at optimization strategies specifically geared toward Google crawlers.

“Now there is going to be even more competition for Google placement,” Husayni said. “And Millionairium will certainly rise to the challenge.”

Google’s Increased Market Shares Reaffirm Millionairium’s Focus, SEO Expert Says was last modified: July 18th, 2019 by Millionairium
  • Tip top stuff. I\’ll expect more now.

    Macco 8 years ago
  • Hey Kristen,

    Thanks for the insight,



    damir 8 years ago
  • I always prefer Google when I have to search for something on Internet because Google is the better search engine, compared to others. Now it is increasing its market share, which is really good for us. Thanks for sharing.

    Richard Berry 8 years ago
  • Hi Kristen, Thank you so much for the in depth study. I could have sworn Bing was gaining on anyone who did NOT pay me $10 in amazon gift cards, and a ton of free sweepstakes entries to entice me to google on bing 🙂 with Yahoo minus Yang equaling Yoda plus Nada, MS minus you know who, how long before Google just absorbs the entire internet culture, the whole earth, and those secret asteroid miners who went into space as private business ventures, and we all become Google Analytics statistics, well except for one rogue guru, whose name i [i = very small ego] cannot recall, advised me to remove Google Analytics script from my head /head however even silly songs are constantly repeating nonsense in my 72 year old head, so i went ahead and put GA back on my Scrub the Web approved website…anyway is is a comfort to see Mr Husayni\’s picture on my Google Plus and other avant garde social network sites, somehow assures rugged individualism will never die, thank you John Wayne, Randolph Scott, Roy Rogers, Hopalong Cassidy, Gene Autry, well you get the picture…

    Anthony Chipoletti 8 years ago