Google+ is losing market share, and has been every day in the last week. The search giant opened up its newest social network to the world almost three months ago amid much fanfare, yet struggled to maintain the buzz after controversy surrounding design, personal profiles, and network effects. Google+ was opened to the public on September 20th and yet, its web visits have declined 30% over the last seven days and, its share of traffic is 27% below its peak on July 20th. Ultimately, one must wonder whether Google’s latest attempt at a social network has already missed the gravy train of buzz that surrounded it in its first few weeks.
Has the Google+ story stalled on the ground? Or have we just reached a saturation point in social networks? Chime in with your opinion.
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