Chinese internet company Baidu (Nasdaq: BIDU) saw its share of China's online search market, in terms of page views (PV) and unique visits (UV), drop from 72.03% and 72.84% in November to 71.76% and 71.47%, respectively, in December, according to Alibaba Group's third-party web analytics subsidiary CNZZ.
Internet services and security software provider Qihoo 360 (NYSE: QIHU) saw its share of PVs and UVs increase slightly from 9.90% and 10.02% in November to 10.39% and 10.52%, respectively, in December.
Internet firm Sohu's (Nasdaq: SOHU) online search subsidiary Sogou's share of PVs and UVs fell slightly from 8.07% and 7.70% in November to 7.92% and 7.63%, respectively, in December.
|Search Engine||Traffic Share (PV)||Traffic Share (UV)|
|Qihoo 360 (So.com)||10.39%||10.52%|