Google+ is now 1/9th size of Facebook
Google’s senior vice president of engineering, Vic Gundotra, today announced that Google+ has grown to more than 100 million active monthly users. At around 1/9th the size of Facebook, it has a long way to go before catching the king of social networking. Consider, however, that Google+ has only been offered as a public service for barely a year now and that 100 million figure actually is quite appealing.
In all seriousness, Google+ has grown quite a bit in its first year and we’ve really enjoyed the new features. Now, we just need a proper way to manage business pages from the mobile client and we’ll be all set. Congrats to the Google team!
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