With the election over, search engine traffic on the Internet has increased as a result of the presidential election.
The increase in traffic on search engines comes as search engines have made an effort to help consumers and businesses by giving them tools to search for goods and services.
It also comes as Google has worked to promote the “search first” approach to the search engine world.
According to a recent report from Google, search traffic in the United States grew by more than 3.5 percent in November and by 4.3 percent in December, while Internet traffic increased by more as well.
Search engine traffic is a major contributor to Internet growth.
Google reported that the search traffic increased 3.9 percent in the U.S. in November, which was up from 2.4 percent in October.
The results from the survey were divided into categories such as search, social networking, video, and mobile, and were completed by more people than previous years.
Google has been working to create tools for the search engines to serve consumers and business in a more user-friendly way.
Google said in a statement, “With the election coming to an end, we are looking at how we can better serve consumers, businesses, and government agencies by working with the search industry and others to make this possible.
Our focus is on providing tools for people and businesses to search in ways that will help them discover more about the things they need.
We are committed to working with other technology companies to offer more ways to connect people, products, and services across the world.”
Google CEO Larry Page said in November that the company was “very focused” on creating new tools to help search engines improve their search experience.