Google+ believed to be closing in on 50 million users

Shawn Knight

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Google+ has attracted over 43 million users since opening the doors to their new social network less than three months ago. Ancestory.com co-founder and self-proclaimed Google+ unofficial statistician Paul Allen…

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As I posted last time on one of the articles about Google +... number of people signed up doesn't really mean anything, certainly not success. Myself and a lot of my friends have an account .. i must have close to 100 people in my circles on there now (still nothing close to the 600 or so "friends" I have on facebook) and yet there are only about 3 of those people who post stuff on it otherwise it's completely dead. Everyone still uses facebook.

Saying that Facebook aren't really doing themselves many favours with all these (in my opinion) completely un-necessary and overly complicated/cluttered UI changes. "If it ain't broke, don't fix it".
 
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G+ is pretty cool. I was hoping they would have called it Google Spot or G Spot for short. It just feels right.

I got tired of the FB crap, taking everything I put out there as if it was owned by them.

You should check it out. Very easy to use. Even someone who uses Linux should be able to figure it out.
 
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WOW!

Some of you are real smart.

Someone posts a link to something they saw and now they are a genius.

I am glad that your version of genius is so low.

I saw a monkey eat a banana, the monkey must be a genius too.
 

DanUK

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Guest said:
As I posted last time on one of the articles about Google +... number of people signed up doesn't really mean anything, certainly not success. Myself and a lot of my friends have an account .. i must have close to 100 people in my circles on there now (still nothing close to the 600 or so "friends" I have on facebook) and yet there are only about 3 of those people who post stuff on it otherwise it's completely dead. Everyone still uses facebook.

Saying that Facebook aren't really doing themselves many favours with all these (in my opinion) completely un-necessary and overly complicated/cluttered UI changes. "If it ain't broke, don't fix it".
That was me, wasn't logged in. Also I find it a bit annoying on google+ you can't write on peoples profiles.