• Marc Razia

    12 minutes per day = 6 hours/month.  Something doesn’t add up given that FB reported user averages 7 hours/month and we know G+ has not yet reached those levels.  I wonder if they mean that is the average of the users who they deem active.

    Whatever the case, G+ is clearly a slow and steady moving train of growth.  As long as it keeps growing it is going to make an impact even if its a few years off yet.

  • Gaurav Kapoor

    Actually I can easily believe that 6 hours/month number. What I have personally found that I spend more time in my G+ stream than on facebook, even if the number of updates may be less on G+. 

    This is so because the posts on G+ are longer and there is lot of content unlike facebook where there are more “status updates”, so I spend a lot more time reading and staying in my G+ stream.

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  • http://propertyagents.co/real-estate-lead-generation-course Muhammad Ayaz

    Very interesting statistics you have provided and I think for a professional bloggers that time is justifiable and I think that should be the strategy for every businesses to use the social media through this they can focus on their main goals rather than distracting with the usage of overly used social media channels.