Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Is Google+ a Ghost Town, and Does It Matter? - Businessweek

A controversial Google+ momentum (or lack thereof) snapshot

“Google+ is a lonely place. At least according to a new study that paints the social networking site as a virtual tumbleweed town.

Using information culled from the public timelines of 40,000 randomly selected members, data analysis firm RJMetrics found that the Google+ population, which currently numbers 170 million, is largely disengaged, with user activity rapidly decaying—at least when it comes to public posts.”

Is Google+ a Ghost Town, and Does It Matter? - Businessweek

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