Emerging Markets: Where People Actually Use Google+ (GlobalWebIndex Blog)
The GlobalWebIndex Blog has put together a neat infographic showing something that may surprise many people: Google+ is actually being used and its being used by people in emerging markets. Generally speaking, it is in fast growth emerging markets where online populations are the most likely to be actively using the Google+ service each month with Indonesia (36%) and India (35%) topping the list verses places like the UK (12%) or USA (15%).
To read the whole blog post, 54% of internet users have a Google+ account, go to the GlobalWebIndex Blog.
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