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Single Throw is an Internet Marketing firm that helps businesses with sales lead generation by making sure your message is in the right place at the right time - when a customer is searching and has need - when they are most likely to make a buying decision. We call this "From Search to Success." In this blog, Single Throw's experts will share their insights on the state of business and marketing, both online and offline, as well explore new areas of Internet Marketing.

Wednesday, May 03, 2006

Has Google finally gotten to Microsoft?

CNN reported today that Microsoft is looking to acquire a major portion of Google's top rival Yahoo!.

Microsoft's efforts to grow in the search area has created little to no impact, particularly evidenced in recent reports of search engine usage by ComScore. Google maintains a strong hold of searches at over 42%, while Yahoo! and MSN searches garner 28% and 13% respectively.

To make things more interesting, IAC's recent purchase of Ask.com means they need to make a name for themselves. With less than 6% of searches being conducted on the site noted in this same report, they have a ways to go.

So what does this mean for the users? Less to choose from, for one. It also means the race to be number one is heating up again.

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