Registered users, yes because of android and youtube. Using periodically to update their status? Less than 10% of that, I'm sure
I have a hard time believing that half a billion people visit the G+ interface every month. It could just be that my particular social circle largely ignores G+, but still...
i dont kno a single person who uses google plus as a social media
1 billion + because of the forced youtube integration, apart from that nobody is using google+ Lol.
Oh no! I helped them get that. I signed up last year due to a friend who used it for video chat. Plus, it's nice to have an email account that one only has to check once every 3 to 6 months. At least I can say, if I ever need it, I don't have to sign up for a new account. Well, that's unless I forget the info. ;)
100% unrealistic, over inflated propaganda numbers due to FORCED ingratiation with Youtube. G+ *IS* a ghost town, period. They don't have 1% of the ACTUAL users they claim they have. Google is slowly but surely becoming as evil as Apple and Microsoft. I used to love Google, when they didn't have all this power.
Perfect example of power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely.
Brief reality check. Google+ hit 1 billion registered users last September. Long before the Youtube integration. Indeed, there has been no perceptible increase in the rate of new Google+ account registration since the Youtube integration. If anything, it may have slowed down slightly;
The 'monthly active' user figure has consistently been around 50% of the 'registered' user figure, so at the current 1.368 billion registered users that'd be somewhere around 684 million monthly active users. The 540 million figure cited in the article is from last October.
We now return you to your regularly scheduled counterfactual rants.
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