Google+ is actually sixth on the list of most-popular social networks for March…

Google+ is actually sixth on the list of most-popular social networks for March…

By Ralf Skirr.

"Google+ is actually sixth on the list of most-popular social networks for March visits. Facebook takes first, followed by Twitter, relative newcomer Pinterest, Linkedin, and Tagged."

The statistic doesn't even count mobile users.

Not bad for a service that's only open to public for 7 months now. Did you know hat Pinterest has already been around for more than 3 years? Why do they call them the newcomer? lol

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  1. Rahul Roy April 9, 2012 at 5:54 am #

    Paid Article

  2. Ralf Skirr April 9, 2012 at 6:09 am #

    +Rahul Roy Nah, no one paid me anything, but I could give you my PaPal email, if you like to send over some cash. ;-)

  3. Rohan Pawale April 11, 2012 at 7:48 am #

    The stats are true. Now I haven't seen the analytics graph of G+ but going by logic, I see that all the internet marketers have moved on to G+ within the first trimester.

    Maybe people are so fed up of progressive stats being in the media so often that they start hating it. I get irritated when I read about how great Pinterest is on all the tech blogs, especially TechCrunch. The same might be happening with people regarding G+. If they hear that a service is too great too often it starts becoming a nuisance. Right now the blogosphere is going crazy over G+, just like they went with the hyping of services like Triberr, CommentLuv, Thesis, Genesis. So much so that I had started to hate all four of them at one point (even before trying them), fortunately I was wrong about Thesis and Genesis and I think they have lived up to the hype, and fortunately I didn't give much thought to the first two services because they were just empty hot air…

  4. Ralf Skirr April 11, 2012 at 7:52 am #

    +Rohan Pawale I was just looking at Triberr for the first time a few days ago. Not good?
    I'm not going to tell you what I did with Genesis in public. :-)

  5. Rohan Pawale April 11, 2012 at 8:02 am #

    I felt it was not good because

    Firstly, its success quotient is just a result of systematic marketing and has a lot to do with roping in the top bloggers in the circuit and making them create the hype by writing positive reviews about it. The community as a whole is very childish. The typical WHAMS (Followers: 40k Following 40K obsessed people) who don't get it. The fans of this service are usually those cattle like people who will flock everywhere the wind blows them. Nuff said..

    Secondly, there is already a professional service called ifttt http://ifttt.com which basically lets you do the same for free. It just lets you set up your services in an {If this happens – then do that} format. Which means, you can do away with Triberr, buffer, NetworkedBlogs, and all such services that work in the format of {If – then} . Check out the site, you will know.

    Genesis, I don't know if you are hinting that you hate it or like it. I started with Genesis 1 week back (as a consumer myself and simultaneously training myself to be a developer since the client requests for tweaking genesis were simply too many to ignore), and have made 2 child skins of my own since then. I am starting to become a big fan of it. The nesting of the codes is better than thesis and the flexibility, in terms of being close to the global standards of CSS is very nice.

    Just visited your site and realized that you removed Genesis?

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