ComScore releases April U.S. rankings on where people are going to search for adult content:...


ComScore releases April U.S. rankings on where people are going to search for adult content: Google (GOOG) sites led the U.S. explicit core search market in April with 66.5% market share, up 0.1%, followed by Microsoft (MSFT) sites with 15.4%, up 0.1%, and Yahoo! (YHOO) sites with 13.5%. Ask Network (IACI) accounted for 3% of explicit core searches, followed by AOL (AOL) with 1.6%.

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