Traffic to Google+ has grown by 66% worldwide since November, and is up 82% in the US in the same time period.
These are positive signs for Google, but the numbers reflect traffic, not specific usage of the service. Google itself has been hesitant (an understatement on my part) to discuss true usage numbers for Google+, instead focusing on counting how many people have “upgraded” to Google+ accounts and discussing how many of these account holders use all of Google’s services.

Traffic to Google+ has grown by 66% worldwide since November, and is up 82% in the US in the same time period.

These are positive signs for Google, but the numbers reflect traffic, not specific usage of the service. Google itself has been hesitant (an understatement on my part) to discuss true usage numbers for Google+, instead focusing on counting how many people have “upgraded” to Google+ accounts and discussing how many of these account holders use all of Google’s services.

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