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This article was published on March 25, 2014

comScore: Google is once again the most-trafficked US desktop site, ends Yahoo’s seven-month streak

comScore: Google is once again the most-trafficked US desktop site, ends Yahoo’s seven-month streak Image by: KIMIHIRO HOSHINO
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comScore today released its top 50 US Web properties for February 2014. While Yahoo has been dominating Google for the last seven months straight, the two have now switched spots again.

This time, Google finished first, just ahead of Yahoo, much like it has for the last few years:

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Yahoo has topped comScore’s list for the last seven months, starting in July 2013. Before that, Yahoo was first way back in May 2011. As we’ve noted before, this was an impressive feat given that Yahoo’s numbers exclude Tumblr, which last month ranked at #37.

Image Credit: Kimihiro Hoshino/Getty Images

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