Explain this to me.
But one year later, Mayer steered Yahoo past Google in U.S. web traffic in July -- the first time Yahoo has claimed the top spot since May 2011, according to market researcher comScore.
Yahoo edged Google with 196.6 million unique monthly visitors, to 192.3 million.
Granted, the rare monthly win for Yahoo does not include search and mobile results. But it is, by any measure, a landmark achievement for a company left for dead by many.
So what does this mean then? More people went to the yahoo site than the google site...but these numbers only include those who didn't do a search on google? Why else go to google?
Also, I have never intentionally been to a yahoo page...unless it came up as a result to a question in a google search.