Oct 15, 2011

No Quick Fix: Google+ Traffic Continues Downward Trend
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Written by : Tom George| 0 | Social Media

Via Scoop.itinternetbillboards

Over the past few days there has been a lot of buzz surrounding the coverage of Google+, particularly focusing on the measured 60% downward trend seen in the site’s traffic as reported by Chitika Insights. In further investigation of this matter, Chitika researched traffic patterns of the social network to determine whether the downward trend witnessed was a short term fluctuation as some proposed, or just the start of a longer term trend. The data revealed that the trend seems to be continuing. Although Google+ saw a brief uptick in the sites traffic after it went public, Chitika Insights reported a prolonged and sustained downward trend in overall activity coming from the site. The new data reveals an even sharper drop in traffic from its peak of 70%.
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