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    Google Search Still Increasing Market Share


    There have been many posts on Google possibly losing her dominance in search: Read on!

    I don't see anyone cutting into Google's market share any time soon.
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    IN UK it's down, first time under 90% in UK
    It's gonna trend down for sure, they deliver crap serp's now since they targeted EMD's

    Nothing but crap 1 page directory bs in most local serp's now

    worthless crap

    I'm ready to start using the yellow pages again

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    couple of weeks ago another UK site had it under 90%

    this is top article at google for the search

    down but barely 90%

    http://www.cmadigital.co.uk/google-market-share-down-for-october/

    so the trend has started

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    • SEO_AM agrees : Thank you. I should have stated... 'in the US market.'
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    Found it, under 90% first time in over 5 years

    and the FALL is directly from how EMD kill switch made serp's garbage

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/google/9658726/Googles-UK-market-share-dips-to-lowest-in-five-years.htmlp
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    The statistics are showing a slight downturn, but how much money would have to be thrown at it by anyone to really have an impact on Google's position?

    Countries probably couldn't afford to take them on, so companies would really have no chance.

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