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I posted the browser stats from Google Analytics of SELand, SERoundtable and my personal blog, CartoonBarry.com at Search Engine Land. Chrome looked pretty impressive.

I encourage you to share your stats as well. So go to Google Analytics, change the date to September 3rd, click on Visitors, then Browsers, and let us know below.
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from MattCutts 2049 Days ago #
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So far today I’m running 19.44% Chrome. But I have a unique demographic, and I’ve been talking about mostly Chrome for the last few days.

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from Transid 2049 Days ago #
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Well, probably at the other end of the spectrum, I am running 3,9% on transid a french blog focused on public transportation...

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from simonashton 2049 Days ago #
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Company website had 21.43%, but I did blog about Chrome so that will have skewed things.For a more representative example of ’Joe Surfer’ - one of our clients, a Vacation Rental company in Hilton Head Island, SC - 474 visitors total visitors, 3 using Chrome (0.63%!)

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from stevematthews 2049 Days ago #
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Tested 5 websites. Ranging from 0% to a high of 5%. The 5% high was from my blog, which deals with web trends for law firms.

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from toprank 2049 Days ago #
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For Online Marketing Blog today it’s Firefox 48.9%, MSIE 35.8%. Mozilla 5.4%, Chrome 4.6%. Safari 4%, Opera 1.1% and the rest. Interestingly, 2 days ago FF was at 58.8%.

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from TheNanny612 2049 Days ago #
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SocialDesire.com - Firefox 55.38%, IE 36.54%, Safari 6.15%, Mozilla 1.15%, Chrome 0.38%, Opera 0.38%

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from BenjArriola 2049 Days ago #
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Shared ours: http://tinyurl.com/chromeusage

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from mileusna 2049 Days ago #
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I run mainstream news portal in southeast Europe and I got 1.35% Chrome users today, 4th place on the list, after IE, Firefox and Opera.

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from MattCutts 2049 Days ago #
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Wow, a lot of people have a higher % of Firefox than IE on their sites. I wonder if that’s a common thing?

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from Harith 2049 Days ago #
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Vanessa Fox has posted on Twitter:Tech sites I’ve looked at have some chrome users (5%). Consumer sites I’ve looked at, not so much (around .5%). More IE use=less Chromehttp://twitter.com/vanessafox/statuses/909940587

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from JesseHeap 2049 Days ago #
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Here are one day of stats from a heavily women oriented blog.  1. Internet Explorer 4,551 76.58% 2. Firefox 1,015 17.08%   3. Safari 315 5.30%   4. Opera 28 0.47%   5. Mozilla 13 0.22%   6. Chrome 9 0.15%   7. Netscape 4 0.07%   8. Mozilla Compatible Agent 3 0.05%   9. (not set) 1 0.02%   10. Blazer 1 0.02%  

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from sdcdog 2049 Days ago #
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Social Search Engine Scour.com: Firefox 42%, IE 50%, Opera 2.51%, Safari 2.26%, Chrome 2.04%,

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from mileusna 2049 Days ago #
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@MattCutts Among Sphinn users that writes blogs about seo, startups, emarketing etc. it might be, but I don’t believe it is common thing on mainstream sites worldwide.You can check that with Google Analytics team anyway. :)

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from JamesDuthie 2049 Days ago #
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Very interesting to see that Chrome seems to eating into Firefox’s market share for Top Rank. Seems to validate the theory that Chrome will take Firefox’s market rather than IE’s.

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from BillSoller 2049 Days ago #
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I think the reason for the higher % of Firefox users on most of these sites has to do with the fact that many are SEO related and Firefox is more widely used for SEO work than other browsers. The IE numbers seem to jump up over Firefox on the non-SEO related sites. What say you?

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from vanessafox 2049 Days ago #
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one day percentages--janeandrobot.com:Firefox - 64%, IE - 24% Chrome - 4.5%, Safari - 4.5%, Opera - 3%VFN:Firefox - 43%, IE - 47%, Chrome - 2.6%, Safari - 5.5%, Opera - .5%Another tech site I checked had 49% for Firefox, 35% for IE, and 5% for Chrome.A consumer (retail) site I checked had 68% for IE and only .6% for Chrome. Another consumer site I checked had 63% for IE and .4% for Chrome.

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from jaybong 2049 Days ago #
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For a very very non tech site (think sport that mostly older people are interested in). 0.25% - 10 visits out of ~4000 - and thats probably all people from our office checking from home.IE=83%, Firefox=12%, Safari=2%, Opera=0.26%

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from Winooski 2049 Days ago #
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Looking at three substantial B2C sites, Chrome’s averaging 0.21% of the browsershare. By way of comparison, Firefox didn’t break 18%. The rest? All miniscule. And then there’s the big you-know-who (i.e., IE).

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from rhcerff 2049 Days ago #
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Searching through all of our sites... not a single mention of Chrome yet.  I guess South Africans just couldn’t be bothered with change.  Firefox is round about the 10% mark (just under) on average.  IE is about 85%

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from sem4u 2049 Days ago #
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One sport related site:IE7: 40%FF: 28%IE6: 22%Safari: 5%Opera 9.x: 3%No mention of Chrome.

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from Harith 2049 Days ago #
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5 large Danish news sites. No mention of Chrome yet. The same case with several other medium and small Danish news sites.

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from onreact 2048 Days ago #
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Firefox loses, Chrome gains: http://blog.statcounter.com/2008/09/chrome-whos-losing/

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from MelissaF 2048 Days ago #
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As I said on my blog, I am using Chrome for everything I am working on because it is MUCH faster, but I am still keeping IE and FF on because of toolbars and add-ons. I think once more is available for Chrome the usage will go way up.Google Analytics for the last 2 days:IE: 57.95%FF: 34.87%Chrome: 4.62%Safari: 2.56%

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from ArenaFlowers 2048 Days ago #
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Internet Explorer: 75.78%Firefox: 19.07%Safari 3.89%Opera 0.96%Mozilla 0.13%Chrome 0.04%[Mod: Link removed]

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from tomcritchlow 2048 Days ago #
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I can’t share the sites unfortunately but a site with double digit million visitors / month is getting about 1% chrome usage.More surprising is that I am also seeing about 1% chrome usage on my UK sites as well (over about 2-3 mill across 2-3 sites covering a few different non-tech niches).

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from TheMarketingSpot 2048 Days ago #
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from my blog:Explorer 49.2%Firefox 38.6%Safari 10.7%Opera .9%Chrome .3%

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from iBrian 2048 Days ago #
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Checking stats - it looks like the internet tech crowd are the main adopters at present, with little take up among general consumers. Say "new browser" to a non-techie and watch their eyes glaze and ask "what’s a browser?".

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from ChrisOD 2048 Days ago #
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Our client facing website:IE: 56.9%Safari: 19.9%Firefox: 19.6%(Unless AWStats doesn’t recognise Chrome and places it in ’Others’, then we’ve had no visits using the browser)

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from DarkMatter 2048 Days ago #
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out of 7k uniques yesterday, .4% were chrome. not sure that means anything though, I think comparing notes a month or 2 from now will be more informative.I agree with iBrian...I’ve had little luck convincing casual pc users to try Firefox, so I’m pretty skeptical that many non techies will download this. If the techs like it, Firefox might have a run for it’s money but the vast majority of users will stick with IE.

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from chriswinfield 2048 Days ago #
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For 10e20:Firefox - 64.46%Internet Explorer - 26.85%Safari - 5.22%Chrome - 1.42%Opera - 1.06%

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from scotthilsman 2048 Days ago #
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For Lycos.comIE            81.99%Firefox     13.44%Safari        2.68%Opera         .68%Chrome      .61%

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from Harith 2048 Days ago #
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Maybe Google would be much satisfied if/when Chrome reaches 5% of browser’s market share within the next six months  ;-)

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from eWhisper 2048 Days ago #
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Funny, I was just writing about this today (as well as a flash fix) http://www.bgtheory.com/blog/google-chrome-flash-fixes-for-browsers-must-read-and-browser-test-info/I’m seeing 57% firefox and 4% Chrome. But I do have a mix of advanced blog readers and those coming from Google’s site for the AdWords Seminars.

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from seoinkorea 2046 Days ago #
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In KOREAN Site, www.seoinkorea.com bears I.E. 93.43%, Firefox 5.48%, Chrome 0.78%, Opera 0.31%  Sorry,but Korean blogosphere bustles up with Chrome. 

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from asnider 2044 Days ago #
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On my B2C site Chrome represents a whooping 0.3%.Firefox comes in at about 12%, and IE makes up most of the rest.

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