How many of you have a Google+ account? How many of you actually use it on a daily basis? If you say not often – don’t worry, because you’re not alone. According to recent data compiled by Bime Analytics that performed a voluntary sample of over 10 million Google+ users: 83% of them are inactive. Despite the huge growth spurt of users in the past two months, most of them don’t even log-on in a daily basis.
While we don’t have the figures for Facebook inactivity – if you’re on both networks I’m pretty sure you’ll notice that your Facebook friends are much more active right? Other interesting results of the survey include: most of the users are now students as opposed to when it first launched, and most of its users were engineers. It is still dominated by men, but the percentage has dropped to 70% which is an improvement over the 86% reported last month. More interesting facts in the full infographic at Bime Analytics.
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