Facebook might have 800 million plus users, but their growth has certainly stopped being as fast as they were in the beginning. Google+ is the latest boy on the block, where they have already gone past 62 million users – still, Facebook should not have that much to worry about since 62 million is still very far from where Facebook is at the moment. Ancestry.com co-founder and Google+ unofficial statistician Paul Allen has the latest unofficial numbers as of December 27 – touting the 62 million plus figure.
That would more or less make 625,000 users jump aboard the Google+ bandwagon each day, where nearly 25% of all Google+ users actually joined in the month where Christmas is celebrated alone. According to Allen, this kind of growth rate might continue into the new year, which means before February is over, around 100 million users would be on Google+, and 293 million before 2012 is over. Do you think Google+ will be able to sustain its momentum all the way through next year?
Next Story: iPhone 4 gets Siri functionality via Spire
- 2014-04-17: Project Loon Tests LTE In Nevada (Rumor)
- 2014-04-17: Toshiba Shows How Project Ara's Modularity Can Be Applied To Wearables
- 2014-04-17: Home Try-On Program For Google Glass Launched
- 2014-04-16: Google Offering $100,000 For Best Project Ara Module
- 2014-04-16: Possible Redesigned Google+ App For Android Spotted
- 2011-10-10: Google+ Traffic Dives by more than 50% [Chitika]
- 2011-09-26: Google+ users hit 50 million mark
- 2011-08-23: Google introduces friend annotations to +1 Button
- 2011-07-19: Google+ ads on Facebook banned
- 2011-07-12: Google+ ready to hit 20 million users this weekend?