U.S. Searches Per Capita Per Month (SPCPM)

From comScore:

In the January analysis of the top properties where search activity is observed, Google Sites led the search market with more than 14 billion search queries, followed by Yahoo! Sites with 2.7 billion queries and Microsoft Sites with 1.8 billion searches. Bing experienced large growth during the month with an 11-percent increase in query volume to reach more than 1.5 billion searches. Craigslist jumped one position to #6 with 636 million searches, while Facebook grew to 395 million searches, representing a 13-percent increase from the previous month.

Search Queries Share

Search Queries Share

23.2 billion search queries ran in the U.S. during the month of January 2010 equates to 75 searches per capita per month (SPCPM)

What if any factors will impact the present 2% growth rate in searches per capita per month going forward?

Which countries have the lowest searches per capita per month?

Which countries have the highest searches per capita per month?

Which countries are experiencing contracting searches per capita per month?

Which countries are experiencing compound annual growth in searches per capita per month?

Can comScore not provide its audience with this type of search data?

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