Not a regular G+ user, unfortunately, because I like it. Just noticed some students I had in 2011 are still on it (because they had to be) but none have used the platform since then. Now I've just come across quite a few articles on why G+ is dying. Someone wrote: "Whenever I use Google+, I feel like I am doing Google a favor". For me it just doesn't have the social vibe Facebook has. After all, isn't what G+ is part of (social media)? I believe photographers do quite nicely on G+, with the top Australian users of G+ being photographers. However, the masses (particularly in OZ) haven't embraced it. I think it's just had a negative image from the beginning. The common thread running through articles says "no one wanted to use it". Why not? Hopefully someone can shed some light on this.