The first-ever global census of webstore owners has revealed that the world’s top three web stores have almost entirely gone private.
The survey of 1,000 web store owners found that over half of all web store ownership in 2016 is now owned directly by Google.
The report, released by The New York Times, also found that the biggest internet search engine and social network is now controlling the second largest in the US.
The US Census Bureau found that Google’s ownership of the top 10 web stores in the country increased by 50 percent from 2016 to 2017.
The largest web store in the world has almost completely changed hands, from Apple to Google, with Google controlling more than a third of the internet’s largest store.
“We are seeing an incredible transformation of the web into a platform for content creators and users,” said Matt Wood, the chief executive of OpenStreetMap.
“The rise of the digital economy, and the rise of platforms like YouTube and Facebook, have transformed the web.””
But there are still a few giants in the sector who are not ready to relinquish their dominance, including Amazon and Microsoft.” “
The rise of the digital economy, and the rise of platforms like YouTube and Facebook, have transformed the web.”
But there are still a few giants in the sector who are not ready to relinquish their dominance, including Amazon and Microsoft.
“As a result, these web store leaders have less to lose than traditional stores, which have a very different model.” “
While these owners have been in business for a while, their investments in the web are now becoming visible,” said Michael Pachter, who led the survey with his colleague and colleague at the Pew Research Center.
“As a result, these web store leaders have less to lose than traditional stores, which have a very different model.”
The number of web store users worldwide increased by 13 percent between 2016 and 2017.
“What you see is that more and more people are using the internet to create, share and monetise content,” said David Johnson, chief executive officer of OpenSearch, which tracks the number of internet searches made in the UK.
“That has created a lot of competition and has led to a lot more consolidation.”
The largest internet search engines, which are owned by Facebook, YouTube and Twitter, have also seen a huge growth in the number and size of their own online stores.
YouTube recently acquired Snap, which it said was a “comprehensive business platform”.
Google owns Instagram, which is now in the process of launching a “personal” social network.
Microsoft, meanwhile, has been acquiring more and larger companies such as Zoho, which helps companies build products.
The Census Bureau’s report also revealed that more than half of the owners of a major web search engine have been investing in search advertising.
“This has become a key part of the search advertising ecosystem in many countries around the world,” Pachters said.
“A lot of people don’t realize how much people are paying to search for information on the internet.”