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Latest research says Ilse down to 7% (from 8), MSN up to 3% (from 2). 5% at most for all others (but 1-2% is more likely).
Important portals: startpagina.nl (plus doughters topic.pagina.nl), planet.nl.
Don`t you work in Kvasir, a company owned by Eniro...?I do and my profile says so, but this is off-topic ;-) You better suggest some Scandinavian SE if you know some ;-)
P.S. I do not list Google, MSN and Yahoo here. Those exist allover the world so I think this is not what you've been asking for Genny.
without sounding rude, but that would be like having a different search engine for every county or state in the USA
simply aint gonna happen, unless it's a local portal, and they are so 2000 :)
Consider UK wizz (http://www.ukwizz.com/)as well, who operate their own index of UK only sites.
If you are looking for Scottish only sites then I think you would need to look to Scottish directories with a search function, but I don't think there are any Scottish-only SE's (at least none of consequential traffic value).
joined:Oct 23, 2000
These things change all the time. Take Enrio for example. Once we had Kvasir and SOL here in Denmark. Then Eniro bought them up and now we only have Eniro. It seems that a lot of mergers have been going on in most countries the last few years, but we do like these threads to come up once in a while and members post their stats/findings on the marketshares.
Good stuff folks, thanks.
Can anyone give me the list of leading portals and search engines for countries in Europe like Italy, Spain, UK, Irland, Scotland, Germany, France, Norway, Denemark, Sweden, Greece.
I apologize if I misunderstand the question, but isn't the answer obvious? Google followed by Yahoo. Everyone else is so far behind these two that they aren't really worth mentioning.
countries in Europe like ... UK ... Scotland
UK = United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
(Great Britain: England, Scotland and Wales)
are all big in the UK.
is less well known, but UK-focused.
Here they are, appart the usual:
there are some good Portuguese ones like: