Google search engines are back to posting record traffic numbers in the US, and it is all thanks to Google, according to an analysis of data from Bloomberg.
The Google search giant has seen its traffic numbers surge more than 25% since June 20, and now have more than 2 billion unique users per month, the data shows.
The chart above shows Google traffic numbers on a per-user basis from June 20 to August 20.
Google, which has been battling for dominance in the search market, has been growing its market share in the United States, with its traffic surpassing that of its nearest competitor, Bing, in August, according the data from the analytics firm.
Google also has the second-largest global traffic in terms of monthly unique users, according data from Alexa.
That figure is up nearly 23% from the same period last year.
It’s not clear how many Google search users are in the U.S., but the company has been building up a massive user base in the country since 2012.
The company’s market share of search in the second quarter of this year was up 20% from its year-earlier level.
The data comes after Google’s US sales dropped in the third quarter of last year, and a decline in search advertising revenue from the US was cited as a key factor.
Bloomberg is tracking Google traffic for the United Kingdom, Australia, and Germany.
Google search traffic in the UK fell by more than 13% to a low of $5.2 billion from the previous quarter.
The UK is the top-earning market for Google, but it also had the biggest drop in traffic for any of the Google markets, down by nearly 4% to $2.7 billion.
That decline was mainly due to a decrease in search traffic from the U and Europe.