Google Custom Search

Type online degree in the search box above and it searches web pages containing words online degree in any file type, any language, and published at any time. Display 100 search results per page. Click on search button to see results.

    Google Search Examples:

    Double quote (" "): searches exact words in exact order.
         Example: "online degree" will miss pages that refer to online bachelor's degree

    Exclusion (-): minus sign before a word indicates excluding pages containing this word.
         Example: tiger -golf will find pages referring to tiger, but exclude Tiger Woods.

    Wildcard (*): a placeholder for any unknown letters or words and then find best matches.
        Example: Nike * will find many of Nike's products.

    OR operator: allow either one of words in search results. Have to type 'OR' in ALL CAPS.
         Example: degree medical law will find BOTH medical AND law degrees on the same page.
         Example: degree medical OR law will find EITHER medical OR law degree on the same page.

         Example: "online degree" -MBA will find online degrees, but without MBA.
         Example: "he drinks * all day" will matches he drinks coffee all day or he drinks coke all day.

    Site: limit to the site
        Example: "online degree"

    Filetype: to search for a specific file type
        Example: "online degree" filetype:pdf

    Latest Search Engine Market Share

    SimilarWebs data shows Google leading the worlds search engine market share with 90%, followed by Yahoo with 3.25%, Microsofts Bing at 2.88%, Yandex with 0.45%, Naver at 0.44%, and the remaining search engines at 2.34%. While search engines such as Bing, Yahoo!, and Baidu hold the second, third, and fourth positions, the market share of search engines such as Bing does not hold a candle to that of Google. For instance, Google leads search market share on both desktop and mobile devices, but Google has maintained its dominant position on mobile search, holding 93%-95% of market share. Googles dominance makes the market share of the other search engines look nearly insignificant, although Bing, Yahoo!, Baidu, and Yandex are used by millions. Bing and Yahoo! have a combined share of just over 9 percent in the US search engine market, while DuckDuckGo has the largest, with 2.6 percent. While other search engines such as Bing and DuckDuckGo have shown some growth, their share of the market is still dwarfed by that of Google. While shopping searches are just one small portion of the 3.5 billion searches that Google processes every day, they nonetheless contribute to Googles market share in search. Googles share of the market is so large, that digital marketing agencies specifically adapt their search engine optimization (SEO) and web design services to help websites rank well in Googles search results. According to Jumpshot (via SparkToro), a marketing analytics company that licenses anonymized ClickStream data from hundreds of millions of users, roughly 62.6% of all searches conducted on the internet are conducted via Googles main functions. Together, Google retains a formidable 90.8% market share in search across the web, mobile, and app -- although it should be noted that Jumpshot (via SparkToro) does not yet include data on the iPhone at scale. China, where Baidu still holds an outright lead at 55% market share, followed by Qihoo 360 (formerly known as 360 Search), has gone from 21% to 28% share in 2015. Admittedly, it is not the most polished looking search engine front-end, but Yahoo still managed to grab fourth spot on our list, holding just over 3% worldwide market share. Between all Google features and the companys subsidiary Youtube, more than 90% of all Internet searches are done via Google. In other words, billions of users around the world begin their journey on the web via Google, as the search engine provides the most accurate results within the fastest timeframe. According to StatCounter, Googles market share of the worlds search engines was 91.88% in June 2022, followed by Microsofts Bing with 3.19%, at 1.52%, Yahoo with 1.33%, Baidu at 0.76 and DuckDuckGo with 0.64%.

    Latest Search Engine Market Share

    As of Nov. 2018, Google generated 92.4% of all core search results, Microsoft captured 2.4%  and Yahoo had 2.25% of market share.

    Latest US Desktop Search Engine Ranks

    As of November 2015, Google led the US market in with 63.9% market share, followed by Microsoft with 20.9% and Yahoo with 12.5%. Ask Network accounted for 1.7%, followed by AOL with 1%.