|What are the most used search engines in Russia?|
Does any one know any search engines in Russia?
By far, Yandex is the biggest search engine of Russia.
Haha, too funny KF.
Vika, you could start here [webmasterworld.com], although it is a very old thread.
System: The following 4 messages were spliced on to this thread from: http://www.webmasterworld.com/european_search_engines/3466847.htm [webmasterworld.com] by rumbas - 9:40 am on Oct. 16, 2007 (cet +1)
Yandex down 1,3% compaired to august: 56,7%.
Rambler, down 0,1%: 16,8%.
Google, up 0,6%: 14,1%.
Search.Mail.ru, up 0,3%: 7,5%
Live.com, no change: 1,2%.
Those figures differ significantly for a site I have stats for. The two key differeneces are the Google share (much higher for me) and the other one is that I see Yandex increasing slighly rather than decreasing.
Thanks Blackie! Always interesting with local country stats. Keep them coming :)
The stats I refer to are taken from LiveInternet (russian stats tracking company) so they provide an aggregate for about 300 thousand websites, not a single one...
[edited by: Blackie at 12:31 pm (utc) on Oct. 11, 2007]
Good stuff. FYI, I spliced a couple of threads that all where about Russian search engines :)
Keep it coming!
For more current stats and comments, have a look at the Global Search Report 2007 (pdf) [e3internet.com] - Russia is in there too :)
Interestingly, those new stats for Google, 25% market share, match what I see on my one site! Much higher than the original quoted figures.
Don't forget though that if you have a site in the Russian language then other countries, and their search engines, might well be relevant. Ukraine for example is Russian speaking and they are a large market that is currently expanding at a phenomenal rate. Yandex rates zilch in the Ukraine.