• http://www.VideoLeadsOnline.com/ Ronnie Bincer

    It is kind of silly to state that “Google+ is still a product without demand”… I guess you just can’t let go of that perspective and look at facts.
    http://www.webpronews.com/for-a-ghost-town-google-sure-grew-a-lot-last-month-2012-07 The numbers may not be a ‘big’ as you think they should be, but the growth is undeniable. The quality of engagement for those ‘who get it’ is amazing and…

    The data that Google gets does just what it needs to for the big G. But you can keep your head in the sand if you like (assuming you’re interested in Search, it is odd that you don’t embrace the future products offered to you by Google).

  • daveintheuk

    I think you’ll find that “boost’ in unique page views is a result of moving their Local search results from Places to Google+ Local.

  • DeAno Jackson

    I suppose it’s easier to make those assumptions when you’re not actually on the platform and seeing the increasing engagement and growth for yourself.