Google+ has signed up 13% of U.S. adults so far and could hit 22%, in a year, passing Twitter and LinkedIn as the number two social media network, according to a new study.Click here to read more
The report, based on a Bloomberg and YouGov poll of 1,003 U.S. adults from July 29 to August 2, revealed that 71% percent of U.S. adults use Facebook, but that number will drop to 69% a year from now. Among people who use both services, 30% say they plan to cut the time they spend on Facebook. However, 31% of Google+ users say they’ve abandoned their Google+ accounts or never posted anything on them.
Friday, August 5, 2011
Google+ Still The New Kid On The Block
Thirty-one percent of Google+ users say they have yet to use their new accounts. Like kids with a shiny new toy, yes! We want to play, but, what do we do with it? Give just a little time for everyone to get settled in and comfortable, and Google+ may be vying with Facebook for the number one social networking spot.