It looks like Google+ might not be dead after all


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According to the latest research from GlobalWebIndex one in four web users are still using the much-maligned social network.

When the consumer trends research firm polled its permanent sample of 3 million people across 34 countries, 23% said that they’d actively contributed to Google+ over the past month.

And, as for where the network has its biggest fans, Latin America is home to its largest user base — 32% of web users there say they use Google+ monthly.

North America is where it’s least popular (16%) and in Europe (20%) things aren’t much better, but in the Middle East and Africa (29%) and in the Asia Pacific region excluding China (27%) — in other words the fastest-growing internet uptake areas — it is proving very popular.

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The Indian Telegraph Sydney Australia

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