DuckDuckGo Monthly Searches in January 2019 | New Record
DuckDuckGo Monthly Searches in January 2019: Search Engine DuckDuckGo hit a new record in January 2019 over 1 billion searches in one month.
1 Billion! That's how many monthly searches we served in January. (Yes, that’s a record.) We're publicly loving this very private start to 2019 🙂🎉 pic.twitter.com/8FS0QcGhJ2
— DuckDuckGo (@DuckDuckGo) February 2, 2019
DuckDuckGo Hits a New Record One 1 Billion Searches in January 2019
That Shows 78% year over year increase from the 654 million searches served in January 2018.
Another record was broken last month when DuckDuckGo reached 36.4 million searches in a day on January 29th, 2019.
For transparency, DuckDuckGo makes its data publicly available.
Here’s a Screenshot of the company’s search data in January Month.
Last December, DuckDuckGo showed a study in which it asserted Google personalizes search results page even when users are logged out, creating a “filter bubble.”
However, Google fasted to refute the research and unmask the cases made by DuckDuckGo.
Though it’s still fascinating to keep in mind that DuckDuckGo hit a new company document a month after those claims were made.
One more intriguing development that occurred in December is Google moving possession of the domain Duck.com to DuckDuckGo.
Previously, Duck.com indicated the Google homepage. That was a factor of opinion for DuckDuckGo in the past as they stated it was perplexing for users.
Could that have had anything to do with the boost in searches from December 2018 to January 2019?
One thing that’s certain is DuckDuckGo has momentum on its side right now. It will certainly be interesting to see what else is in store for the niche internet search engine this year.