According to figures released by comScore, Google increased its market share for search traffic in the US in April, the only search engine to do so for that month. Google was responsible for 9.5 billion searches in April, an increase of 0.5% on March to hold 64.2% of US search traffic.
Both Yahoo and Microsoft dropped a tenth of a percentage point, with Yahoo falling to 20.4% and Microsoft dropping to 8.2%.
Search in general increased in April by 3%, with 14.8 billion searches being conducted in the US.
If you add up all of Google’s additional search services, such as Google Maps, directories, images etc, Google received 13 billion searches alone in April, an increase of 5% on the previous month.