Google+ Users Spend Increasingly Less Time on Site
Next to Google+, Facebook is proving to be the social-networking behemoth.
Facebook users spent an average of 7.5 hours on the site during January, according to stats released today by research firm ComScore and detailed by The Wall Street Journal. These numbers dwarf all other social networking sites, most notably Google+ where users racked just 3.3 minutes for the whole month.
In fact, Google+ users are spending increasingly less time on the site as the months go by. In December users spent 4.8 minutes, down from November when users spent 5.1 minutes, according to Bloomberg.
What a huge difference between the amount of time users spend on Google+ and Facebook. I wonder how long Google will let this experiment continue before it kills off Google+?