Especially for the somewhat brand conscious companies. So those were my 7 learnings from 8 years of online marketing, hopefully it helped you and if you have any questions, please leave a comment and we can spar about one of the topics. Below is another quarterly update in a long series of market shares of search engines. quarter of 2021. For these market shares of search engines I have chosen a slightly different set-up and only the Netherlands is included. The Dutch market share of the largest search engines seems to be by far the most relevant for our visitors. Of course, the insights from the previous quarterly update are still available, as is an extensive report that can be viewed via the white paper at the bottom of this blog.
The Netherlands The Netherlands Desktop Smartphone Tablet Google 89.92% 98.04% 97.73% Bing 6.28% 0.29% 0.46% Yahoo! 1.46% 0.36% 0.29% DuckDuckGo 1.21% 0.71% 1.10% The things Singapore phone number list to second quarter started for Google with a profit on desktop (+0.24%) and zero loss on smartphone (-0.02%) and tablet (-0.01%). Bing lost quite a bit of market share on desktop, falling from 7.02% to 6.28%. Through Yahoo!, which uses Bing results) that loss was compensated to a limited extent, because Yahoo! won on desktop 0.32%. DuckDuckGo is also making progress. In Q2, desktop market share was up 0.07%, but the last month of Q2, DuckDuckGo's market share was 1.31%. Market share on smartphone also increased (+0.09%), while on tablet it lost market share (-0.11%).
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