Pinterest’s Growth Hockey Stick Would Make a Great Craft Project

U.S. traffic to Pinterest is up 40 percent over the last six months, according to a new report from Hitwise.
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Bing's Search Share Is Growing? Must Be All Those "Hiybbprqag" Searches, Eh Google?

Some encouraging new search metrics for Bing. Experian Hitwise data for January shows Microsoft’s search engine with 12.81 percent of the market, up from 10.6 percent in December–-a 21 percent gain. Add to that the 14.62 percent share claimed by the now-powered-by-Bing Yahoo, and Bing’s got more than a quarter of the U.S. search market.

Web Commerce Isn't Really Social…Yet

Social and e-commerce seem like they could be an explosive combination, but current darlings Groupon and Gilt Groupe are only scratching the surface.

Bing-Powered Search at Nearly 24 Percent for First Month

The latest search market metrics are in from Hitwise and they show Bing up once again and Bing-powered search with a decent chunk of the overall market.

Hitwise: Google Gained Search Market Share in May

In the search market, Google is either losing share or gaining it, and the direction it’s going depends on whose data you believe. According to comScore’s May search market report, Microsoft’s Bing and Yahoo gained share, ostensibly at Google’s expense. Not according to Experian Hitwise, though.

Mark Zuckerberg Spends Christmas Dethroning Google

How did you spend Christmas? Hitwise says it knows: The Internet traffic tracker says you spent at least part of the holiday visiting Facebook, making the social network the most popular U.S. site on the Web.

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Bing Back With a Bang

Looks like Bing’s September market share decline was more an anomaly than anything else. According to the latest figures from Hitwise, Bing’s share of the search market increased seven percent in October, evidently at the expense of both Google and Yahoo.

Not With a Bing, but a Whimper IV

Looks like Bing’s steady upward trend of market share gains may have reversed itself. Microsoft’s new search engine saw its U.S. search share fall in September, according to figures from Hitwise. Troubling news for Microsoft. Hitwise’s latest numbers are the second set of metrics from a Web analytics firm showing Bing’s market share in decline.

Not With a Bing, but a Whimper III

Microsoft’s efforts to bolster Bing’s market share are no longer paying off as well as they have been. After months of slight but steady increases in market share, Bing’s percentage of the search market in the U.S. and abroad fell in September for the first time.

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