Not surprisingly, the engines remained in their respective places when it came to market share, as Google gobbled up most of the (smaller)
pie with almost 60% of all queries. Yahoo remained in second place, though it gave up a tiny bit of share to the giant--leading Utter to wonder if "Jerry Yang's claims of a brighter Yahoo future
should be viewed as a little dimmer than advertised."
What has some Wall Street analysts up in arms is the fact that growth in search volume on Google has seemingly ground to a halt, as the 26% growth in February is down significantly from the 37% growth in January--and the 40% growth in the fourth-quarter of '07.