+Alicia Volz It's likely because LinkedIn provides a slightly different networking experience than its counterparts. Since it's mostly career based, you don't get as many users who are teens telling all their friends to sign up constantly. I use LinkedIn, it's great to help build a professional network, not to mention an extra resume. Google+ has been awesome to help do all sorts of networking as well. :)
+Hunter McRae I agree about how Linkdin (Linkidink) is much different than other social networks, but to be honest I've never gotten a job from it. Not once. But Google+ on the other hand, I've gotten way more than a few. May just be due to the type of work I do, but I've heard hundreds of other people say this as well ;)
+Matthew Sabia I'd totally believe that about your LinkedIn account vs. your Google+ account. G+ has been an amazing use of information networking for myself as well. I didn't mean to downplay G+ at all; it's definitely my favorite, and I think that when used wisely (like yourself), can be a huge asset.
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I agree. Facebook doesn't give me anything new. Its same friends posting ridiculous pictures and posts from their bathrooms and restaurants. Whereas G+ has opened up a means to interact with a wider world, a host of talent and inspiration, meaningful discussions and more. G+ has indeed created its niche!
That is unbelivable and to think.... Myspace,facebook,twitter........ Now g+ you might say people forgot but i think its evolution, matthew you have opened many minds....... Thank you and google plus all the way!
+Matthew Sabia not right to compare.. for the best and clear result you should start two new product in one day. and not one of them in 2005 and another in 2011 - the massive using by internet is not the same in this period of time...
Facebook started out slow in the beginning for understandable reasons. It's actually a very interesting story. The movie The Social Network tells it very accurately. Highly recommend checking it out ;)
I believe there is more than a million in g+. A lot of people sign up, but are just waiting in the sidelines. I just talk to my daughter and she said she just waiting for friends to catch up. The best thing to spread the word is using the most awesome tool of g+ which is the hangout.
I also have a twitter and fb account and have not logged in to either of them for a year or so. People threat those sites user numbers as gospel yet always question the g+ numbers. I find that fascinating.
i never did hangout...not that i dont have anybody here (my brother has g+ but no fb) but i just dont know how to use it and if he has to be online as well....moreover are here some kind of messages? I mean how do I contact my brother in g+ (note: im not stupid, just lazy user of fb where I can do thinks without thinking about the way how)