The search engine business is changing in a big way.
The rise of social media, video, and online video has created a world where the ability to discover information is a more pressing concern than ever.
As a result, the search market is undergoing a dramatic transformation.
The latest data from comScore shows that the number of searches performed by Americans rose to 2.7 billion in the quarter ended March 31, up 8% from the same quarter last year.
And, according to a new report by the consulting firm Strategy Analytics, the number has doubled over the past year.
Strategy Analytics predicts that the search industry will generate $18.6 billion in revenues in 2019, a 13% increase from last year and a $3.2 billion increase from the year before.
The search market has also seen dramatic changes since the 1990s.
The last time comScore tracked the market, in 1996, there were more than 10 million websites on the web, according a survey of search engine marketers by the search marketing research firm Keyword Planner.
In 2010, there are more than 70 million websites, according Toffee, which tracks search engines and search traffic.
Today, however, the total number of search engines is only a fraction of that number.
The average search engine searches for 3.3 million keywords, but more than a quarter of those keywords are not search engines.
So how is the market changing?
The key to the search business has always been in the search engines themselves.
In the 1990’s, the internet was still new and there was no industry-wide standard to measure quality.
Search engines would look for quality keywords and narrow their search results by matching them to specific search terms.
Google was the go-to engine for this.
Its search results would include high quality keywords that would attract search engines to their site.
When Google found a high-quality keyword, it would rank that keyword in Google’s search results.
That would lead to the highest number of hits, and the search result would appear in the top-ranked search results on Google.
As search engines grew, so did the amount of traffic they generated.
According to Strategy Analytics: “The search market grew to an unprecedented degree in the 1990-2000 period, and now it’s more than triple that of the prior decade.
As the search marketplace grew, the amount the average search site received increased, which led to a doubling of search traffic per search site.
The impact on search traffic is likely to be much greater now than in the past, because the search traffic generated by search engines has tripled every year since 2010.
Google’s traffic increased by more than four times from 1999 to 2013.”
In contrast, the market for video is shrinking.
According a recent study by research firm eMarketer, the video search market shrunk by more then 20% in 2017.
And that number has only grown since the beginning of 2018.
Video is increasingly a mobile app or app-based service, and it’s becoming more popular on the desktop as well.
As Google’s revenues have grown, so has the size of the mobile video market.
As eMarketers CEO Mike Loomis told The Wall Street Journal, “The mobile video marketplace is in a massive decline.
I don’t know how many millions of people watched their video on YouTube in the last six months.
That’s a lot of people.”
Strategy Analytics estimates that the mobile search market will generate about $5.6 trillion in revenue in 2019.
That is $3 billion more than the market grew in 2010.
In addition to the revenue generated by mobile search, eMarkers projects that the video market will grow to $8.6.
billion in 2019 and $10.7.
billion by 2021.
This is despite a decline in the number and quality of YouTube ads, which are the biggest source of traffic to search engines, as well as the increased prominence of mobile apps and mobile apps-based services.
It’s worth noting that these projections assume that mobile ads continue to grow, and that search engines continue to continue to offer high-resolution video in the YouTube ad space.
According the eMarkets report, YouTube is “the second most viewed video site in the United States, after Amazon.”
YouTube ads are a big part of the reason that the market is growing.
“The majority of searches result in a video ad,” Loomisa explained to The Wall St. Journal.
“It’s the single most important driver of growth in the video space.”
In addition, the growth of search ads is driven by video search.
“Video search leads to a large amount of clicks and organic views, but those organic views come from videos that are already search engine-friendly, such as YouTube,” Strategy Analytics says.
This means that search advertising leads to an increase in revenue, and YouTube ads can therefore be seen as an efficient, easy, and relatively low-cost source of advertising revenue.
“For search, we see YouTube as the single largest source