STUDY: Is Google + Becoming a ghost town?


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At some point Google is going to have to address this ghost town they have created.

Has Google+ Really Died?

The number of truly active users on Google is significantly less than 1% of the total 2.2 billion Google users, according to a study published on April 14, 2015 by Eric Enge at Stone Temple Consulting, a digital marketing firm with offices in Boston and California.

?The debate on the activity level on Google+ has raged for years,? writes Enge. ?How many users are really active on it? Is the place a ghost town?? Enge?s study represents a heroic effort to provide a quantitative answer. ?This is by far the largest such study to date,? writes analyst Mark Traphagen, ?looking at actual profile data.?
 

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There isn't a better place for staying up-to-date on tech-related subject matter though (imo).
 
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Thanks for sharing Justin!

Yes, so true Bryan. For me G+ is alive and well. But for the average consumer or business that's not in tech or marketing, not sure how popular it is.
 
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Point. Counter point.

<a href="http://marketingland.com/google-plus-small-still-not-dead-yet-125083">Google Plus Is Small, But Still Not Dead Yet</a>

Despite the "near death" rumors, Google+ still has plenty of life left, and Google has no current plans to dismember it, believes columnist Mark Traphagen.
This is a VERY meaty post. Really need to read it!
 

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