Google+ users aren't sticking around, report says

02/28/2012 | Wall Street Journal, The

Many Google+ users are doing virtually nothing with the service after signing up for the site, according to a comScore report. Google+ users spent an average of three minutes per month on the site between September and January, researchers found, while Facebook users spent an average of six to seven hours a month on the network. "Nobody wants another social network right now. ... Google hasn't communicated what the value of Google+ is," analyst Brian Solis says.

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