Growth of Google Plus Vs Twitter Vs Facebook; Google+ Got 10 Million Users Just in 16 Days [STAT]

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In its early stage, search giant Google’s social network Google Plus is gaining popularity. Google Plus has more than 18 million users and it is expected that within a week it will have 20 million users worldwide.

On Google+, Technowizard Leon Haland has shared an interesting graph which shows the growth of Google, Facebook and Twitter. Twitter got 10 million users in 780 days (2.13 years), Facebook got 10 million users in 852 days (2.33 years) whereas Google Plus gained 10 million users just in 16 days (2 weeks). Google Plus is  growing exponentially and becoming popular among users.

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Graph by Leon Haland Data by Paul Allen

Comments

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  4. Jos Keuter says:

    Groei cijfers van Google+, Facebook en Twitter… indrukwekkend wat Google doet!

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  6. David Rogers says:

    well, this kind of comment is why Google+ is so useful: in G+ you could just send that nonsensical assumption to a circle that cares about what you think and in Facebook you spam it to everyone; most of which probably would rather not read it. if you knew what you were talking about, you’d know that social networking is a huge asset to Google search results (read up on project “Panda”) and G+ is a pretty fantastic way to enhance the search experience as well as share Google news with their friends. makes perfect sense. Facebook felt that working with Microsoft (Bing) was a better venture for them, which is like tying your boat to the Titanic honestly, especially when Facebook already has enough privacy concerns so associating with MS just seems like PR suicide…

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