Google Inc.’s new social networking platform Google+ is one of the first to boast of more than 25 million users in less than one month of the launch.
According to the Los Angeles Times, market research firm comScore in its latest report has revealed that Google+, which was launched to masses in late June, has managed more than 25 million visitors in a month and is recording around a million unique visits every day.
The growth rate of Google+ is tremendous when compared to the fact that Facebook scored its 25 million users after three years of launch while micro blogging website Twitter scored the same in 2.5 years.
However, the vice president of Industry Analysis at comScore, Andrew Lipsman commented that if the service is picking up faster does not mean it is better. He also added that Facebook has managed to keep a stable momentum and attained its goal slowly and steadily. The website which was initially launched to colleges only now has more than 750 million users across the world.
comScore revealed that the beta version of Google Plus which is available to users on invitation has its six million visitors from the USA and nearly three million users from India, an emerging market.