Google will unveil its financial results for the second quarter of the year on July 15th, the company has confirmed.

The search engine will be hoping for a continued strong performance from its internet marketing services, which helped its Q1 revenues to $6.77 billion (£4.46 billion) – an increase of 23 per cent on the corresponding period of 2009.

Between January and March, consumers’ interaction with pay per click marketing delivered through Google sites and the pages of AdSense partners increased by around 15 per cent year-on-year.

Aggregate paid clicks were also up by around five per cent on the fourth quarter of 2009.

Overall, revenues from Google-owned sites between January and March stood at $4.44 billion, up 20 per cent from the opening three months of last year.

According to comScore, Google accounted for 63.7 per cent of the US search market in May, handling approximately 10.1 billion user queries.

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