Yahoo’s desktop search market share has been steadily growing in the months following the company’s deal with Firefox, which saw Yahoo become the browser’s new default search engine. The latest data from comScore shows that this trend continued in the month of December — Yahoo has gained 1.6% search market share while Google’s share fell by 1.6%. Bing’s share of the search market remained the same. Search Market Share Data At End Of Year 2014 At the end of December 2014 Google was still the leader of the desktop search market, with 65.4% market share. Bing was a distant second […]The post Yahoo Gains 1.6% Search Market Share From Google, According To Latest comScore Data by @mattsouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.