Google Plus Statistics: One in Seven US Adults Are Plus Users

August 7, 2011 4:35 pm

We spotted this today:

” Google Inc.’s new social-networking service may grow to claim 22 percent of online U.S. adults in a year, passing Twitter Inc. and LinkedIn Corp. to be the second- most-used social site after Facebook Inc., a survey found.

Google+ has signed up 13 percent of U.S. adults and will add 9 percent over the next year, according to the survey from Bloomberg/YouGov. In the same period, Facebook will lose about 2 percentage points of U.S. adults to keep 69 percent of that population, while Twitter and LinkedIn continue to grow their portion of users.”

Statistics Source: BusinessWeek

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1 Comment for “Google Plus Statistics: One in Seven US Adults Are Plus Users”

  1. poster

    But how many of those users are staying and using the service regularly? After being on the service for 5 months only 2 out of 20+ friends are regularly posting to it. The rest have disappeared.

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