After a slow decline starting in January Google+ showed a 26% increase in visits in March. Is Google+ seeing a net plus? Will this begin the march towards relevancy? It is hard to tell. According to numbers reported by c|net gleaned from Experian Hitwise, Google+ grew to just over 61 million visits in March, up 27 % from February, and 23% year to date.
Compare those numbers to Google’s claims that there are over 100 million active users on Google plus, and a ComScore report that Google+ users spend only an average of 3.3 minutes on the site per day versus Facebook users’ 7+ hours per day and you may draw your own conclusions (you may note these numbers only reflect U.S. visitors).
So what does this all mean? Only time will tell. Facebook is still losing users at a pace greater than Google+ has ever gained users, so it would not be fair to say users are switching. As more features are added and the Plus network’s website undergoes some upgrades maybe it is time you took a second look at Google’s swaddling-wrapped social network.
Tell us what you think; did you use Google+ more in the past month than ever before?
ACS Contributor: WarriorProphet
Sources Info: c|net / Mashable
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