Larry Page, Google CEO, reported that the number of Google+ users have exceeded 100 million in the latest count.
However, people spend less time on the site, according to Comscore ratings for January. To be specific, Google+ users only spent three minutes on the site during that month.
Some may think this is bad news, while others say that it doesn’t matter because you can’t compare the two competing social networking sites in the way they are being used by individuals and companies.
Facebook and Google+ are different for a couple of reasons. For one, you spend a huge part of your time on Facebook with the ones you already know, while in Google+ you mostly deal with strangers.
There are several good news tied to Google+ these past few months, although Facebook is definitely miles away from the Google service in terms of important numbers. There is a 27 percent increase in views during March for Google+, 61 million views in contrast to Facebook’s 7 billion views for the same month.
Growth in Google+ numbers is accounted only for increase in views in the United States region, unique given that the social site is usually very strong outside the States.