Google Plus social network has more users than LinkedIn and Twitter but it is consider as Ghost town by many.
To prove the point, Umpf a UK-based social media firm has analyzed 100 online news stories across G+, Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter. The company then determined the average number of users per 100 million likely to share a story. As the infographic below shows, the gulf between G+ and Twitter in this regard is stark: Only six G+ users out of 100 million shared, compared to 197.3 out of 100 million for Twitter.
The difference wasn’t as large for Facebook and LinkedIn, but G+ was still a distant fourth.
What do you think? Is this a fair comparison?