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Agosto 14, 2013

comScore Releases July 2013 U.S. Search Engine Rankings

RESTON, VA, August 14, 2013 – comScore, Inc. (NASDAQ: SCOR), a leader in measuring the digital world, today released its monthly comScore qSearch analysis of the U.S. search marketplace. Google Sites led the explicit core search market in July with 67.0 percent of search queries conducted.

U.S. Explicit Core Search

Google Sites led the U.S. explicit core search market in July with 67 percent market share (up 0.3 percentage points), followed by Microsoft Sites with 17.9 percent and Yahoo! Sites with 11.3 percent. Ask Network accounted for 2.7 percent of explicit core searches, followed by AOL, Inc. with 1.2 percent.

comScore Explicit Core Search Share Report*
July 2013 vs. June 2013
Total U.S. – Home & Work Locations
Source: comScore qSearch
Core Search Entity Explicit Core Search Share (%)
Jun-13 Jul-13 Point Change
Total Explicit Core Search 100.0% 100.0% N/A
Google Sites 66.7% 67.0% 0.3
Microsoft Sites 17.9% 17.9% 0.0
Yahoo! Sites 11.4% 11.3% -0.1
Ask Network 2.7% 2.7% -0.1
AOL, Inc. 1.3% 1.2% -0.1

*“Explicit Core Search” excludes contextually driven searches that do not
reflect specific user intent to interact with the search results.

19.4 billion explicit core searches were conducted in July, with Google Sites ranking first with nearly 13 billion (up 1 percent). Microsoft Sites ranked second with 3.5 billion searches (up 1 percent), followed by Yahoo! Sites with 2.2 billion, Ask Network with 516 million and AOL, Inc. with 239 million.

comScore Explicit Core Search Query Report
July 2013 vs. June 2013
Total U.S. – Home & Work Locations
Source: comScore qSearch
Core Search Entity Explicit Core Search Queries (MM)
Jun-13 Jul-13 Percent Change
Total Explicit Core Search 19,232 19,376 1%
Google Sites 12,823 12,976 1%
Microsoft Sites 3,434 3,460 1%
Yahoo! Sites 2,197 2,187 0%
Ask Network 524 516 -2%
AOL, Inc. 253 239 -5%

Note: With July 2013 U.S. qSearch data, comScore has enhanced its weighting methodology to leverage insights gained from the comScore Census Network, through a technique called Census Informed Targets (CIT). CIT replaces the comScore Calibration Panel as the source for behavioral weighting targets (specifically, targets for intensity of Internet usage). This change had a negligible month-over-month impact on core search query estimates for all properties except AOL.

“Powered By” Reporting

In July, 68.6 percent of searches carried organic search results from Google, while 27.1 percent of searches were powered by Bing (up 0.3 percentage points).

About comScore
comScore, Inc. (NASDAQ: SCOR) is a global leader in digital measurement and analytics, delivering insights on web, mobile and TV consumer behavior that enable clients to maximize the value of their digital investments. For more information, please visit www.comscore.com/companyinfo.

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comScore, Inc.
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