• theprone

    You should compare those numbers with Facebook. When you compare them with Facebook, take account of the number of followers as well.

  • http://twitter.com/08ight 0.8ight

    If you really want to make an honest comparison, then compare Google+ with Facebook when it was 18 months old. Same for Twitter…

  • 4u2discuss

    Well those that advocate that G+ has failed should be blamed for some of the sad stories as quoted

    Start Quote ” seem to have given up on Google+ — Bloomberg News and The Telegraph, among others. And, while CNN has a few international pages, it doesn’t
    appear to have a primary Google+ page for the network itself.” end Quote

    Truth is G+ is doing well when those in the driving seat take some time and ensure that they have applied “FUFISM” or Functional User Friendly Integrated Social Media where all your team work together to ensure that your issues are found in search engines, this includes using as many Social media platforms as your budget allows and ensuring that they all link to your base web and blog…

    Problem with traditional media is they are afraid of sharing, so their SEOV (Search Engine Optimisation Value) is not shared and they drop out of the rankings…

    Google PLUS posts are found in more search engines such as BING, YAHOO, ASK and others than face book post are, and we will see more results from G+ in the future being trusted as G+ profiles are run by real people and not machines like Twitter and FaceBook…