The good news for Microsoft: Bing’s market share has grown by two whole percentage points over the past 10 months. The bad news: It’s been taking away users from the smaller search engines and not from Google. The latest numbers from comScore show that Bing had a market share of around 18% of all searches conducted in July, up from the 16% of searches it accounted for in September 2012. However, Google held onto its market share of 67% of all searches this past July, which means that Bing’s slight rise over the past 10 months hasn’t done anything to erode¬†Google’s dominance of the search market. Instead, smaller search engines such as Yahoo, Ask and AOL have all seen their market shares shrink from where they were 10 months ago.