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20 fascinating Google+ statistics

From 100 Fascinating Social Media Statistics and Figures From 2012 @ HuffingtonPost.com:

  1. The Google +1 button is used 5 billion times per day. (source: AllTwitter)
  2. 48 percent of fortune global 100 companies are now on Google+. (source: Burson-Marsteller)
  3. Google+ pages appear in search results for 30 percent of brand term searches for brands with G+ pages, up from 5 percent in February 2012. (source: Bright Edge)
  4. Only 8 percent of Americans 12+ have a Google+ profile page. (source: Edison Research)
  5. The automotive industry has 2.7MM circlers on Google+, compared to 1.9MM for electronics, and 1.3MM for luxury goods. (source: Simply Measured)
  6. Total circlers of brand pages on Google+ increased by 138 percent between February and May 2012. (source: Simply Measured)
  7. H&M has the most Google+ posts of any brand, with 740, compared to 571 for Google, 515 for Ferrari, and 460 for MTV. (source: Simply Measured)
  8. 47 percent of Hispanic consumers use Google+, compared to the U.S. average of 18 percent. (source:USAMP)
  9. 625,000 new users on Google+ every day. (source: AllTwitter)
  10. 40 percent of marketers use Google+, 70 percent want to learn more about it and 67 percent plan on increasing Google+ activities. (source: Social Media Examiner)
  11. 42 percent of worldwide Google+ users are single; 27 percent are married. (source: Website-Monitoring)
  12. 68 percent of Google+ users are Male, while 32 percent of Google+ users are female. (source:Mashable)
  13. Google+ active users spend over 60 minutes a day across Google products (source: Jeff Bullas)
  14. Google+ users spend on average 12 minutes per day in the Google+. (source: Jeff Bullas)
  15. Websites using the +1 button generate 3.5x the Google+ visits than sites without the button. (source:HubSpot)
  16. At least 60 percent of Google+ users log in daily. (source: tecmark)
  17. At least 80 percent of Google+ users engage on a weekly basis. (source: Chris Brogan)
  18. Google+ cost $585 million and took 500 employees to build. (source: Social Media Delivered)
  19. 30 percent of users who make a public post never make a second one. (source: Jeff Bullas)
  20. Google+ is expected to attract 400 million users by the end of 2012. (source: Remcolandia)
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