Yahoo, whose share of the U.S. search market has been dropping like an anchor posted another slide in February, according to comScore.
Microsoft sites — primarily Bing — continued its slow-but-steady climb up, accounting for 15.3 percent of U.S. searches. That’s up from 15.2 percent in January and 13.6 percent in February 2011, according to comScore.
That’s not necessarily all good news for Microsoft, as the company has a search partnership in place with Yahoo, wherein Bing powers Yahoo searches and Yahoo sells premium ads for both.
Google remains dominant with 66.4 percent of U.S. searches, up from 66.2 percent in January. Here’s comScore’s chart: