Via Scoop.it – The Google+ Project
New research indicates that the lion’s share of Google+ users do not actually pitch in on the site very often, if at all. Here are some interesting tidbits from data compiled by Bime Analytics, which polled a voluntary sample of more than 10 million Google+ users: A silent majority exists — in a big way.
The study found that a whopping 83 percent of Google+ users are currently classed as inactive. It bears mention, though, that other social networks have the same issue: A small portion of very active users, and a large silent majority of lurkers or just plain inactive accounts.
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