The web metrics firm said in November, 71.57 percent of all searches were conducted on Google, That's about a 1 percentage point increase over October, when Google captured 70.60 percent of all searches.
Yahoo dropped from a 16.14 percent market share in October to 15.39 percent in November. That accounts for a 5 percent decrease in share.
And for Bing, its market share also slipped, going from 9.57 percent in October to 9.34 percent last month.
And this has to be good news for Google, which has been pouring a lot of effort and money into expanding its search abilities.
Microsoft went one step further and struck its own deal with Facebook, as well.
The move into real-time search shows how significant social networking sites, like Twitter and Facebook, have become to the online community.