We’ve all heard the claims that Google+ is a ghost town and that the network’s population is artificially inflated, but a Forrester Research analyst says marketers are crazy to ignore it.
The analyst, Nate Elliott, based his assertion on a study of 60,000 online adults in the United States. The report found that 22% of those adults had visited Google+ within the last month
“That’s the same number who told us they use Twitter, and more than told us they use LinkedIn, Pinterest, or …read more
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