In China’s Search Market, Baidu Still At the Top With 63% Share

According to the newest report from CNZZ, Baidu continued to dominate the share of country’s search engine market. In August, its share dipped by 1.10% while chief rival Qihoo continued to inch upwards, chalking up 18.23 percent, up nearly one percent on its July figures.


Sohu’s Sogou and Tencent’s Soso search engines maintained Third and fourth rank completing a $448 million merger that may shake up the chasing pack rankings. Tencent currently valued at $100 billion now have a 36.5 percent stake in Sogou.

For the record, Google dropped 0.04 percent to 2.88 percent, while Bing slipped from 0.59 percent to 0.57 percent in China.

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