Archive for the ‘search market’ Category

Nielsen reports that Google is still the top web brand in 2011, followed by Facebook, which is where Americans spend the most time online. According to Nielsen’s Q3 social media report,  Facebook users spent 53.5 billion minutes on the site in May 2011. (I bet I work with some of those Facebook enthusiasts.) It is also the top social networking site through mobile devices: 46,500,000 unique audience members.

Nielsen reports that Google is still the top web brand for March, followed by Facebook, which was tops in average time spent on site: 6:35:43.

I bet I work with some of those Facebook enthusiasts.

A quick look at the unique audience numbers:

I hate that I missed this yesterday! Better late than never, I suppose.

Mashable reports that Ad Age and People Browsr joined forces to determine the the 10 most-buzzed-about brands at SXSW.

The top 10 with no surprises:

  1. Mashable
  2. Twitter
  3. Google
  4. FourSquare
  5. Facebook
  6. CNN
  7. GroupMe
  8. Tumblr
  9. Microsoft
  10. Instagram

In its February analysis, ComScore (NASDAQ: SCOR) reports Google has again dominated the U.S. search market with 65.4% of the market share, followed by Internet pioneer Yahoo with 16.1%. According to comScore, more than 15.4 billion searches were conducted in February, and 10.1 billion of those searches were conducted through Google Sites.

The entire report can be found here on comScore.com.