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March 17, 2012

"The Mounting Minuses at Google+"


The graphic above, which accompanied Amir Efrati's above-headlined story in Tuesday's Wall Street Journal, says it all.

In case you can't be bothered with the details, let me summarize: Facebook visitors in January of this year spent an average of 405 minutes on the site; visitors to Google+ spent an average of 3 minutes — for the entire month — there.

Seems to me it's past time for Larry and Sergey to issue the equivalent of Bill Gates's memorable 1995 throwdown — "The Internet Tidal Wave" —  directed at his Microsoft minions as the Internet threatened to swamp Redmond like a Fukushima tsunami.

March 17, 2012 at 04:01 PM | Permalink


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Oh, they're already throwing everything they've got behind G+. It's just not working. In fact, it's alienating people as they screw up search, GReader, and so on and so forth in an attempt to push G+.

Posted by: Phillip Winn | Mar 17, 2012 5:20:53 PM

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