Facebook may have surpassed Google in the US, but what about other countries?

Facebook may have surpassed Google in the US, but what about other countries?

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There was a significant amount of media attention earlier this week around a report from traffic monitoring company Hitwise that claimed Facebook now has more traffic than Google in the US. First of all it’s worth noting that Hitwise only compared Facebook with Google Search… So Facebook didn’t really...
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