SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) -Although it only launched in late June, Google +, the social network created by Google, network has attracted 25million users in a little over, according to data released by the agency comScore on Tuesday.
In comparison, Facebook took three years to reach the 25 million user mark, Twitter just over 30 months.
Flying start but it is not mechanically mean long-term success, says comScore, which said that the MySpace site had grown faster than Facebook and Twitter before backing up.
According to data from comScore, a quarter of visitors to Google + living in the United States (6 million). Now it is followed by India (3.6 million) and Canada and the United Kingdom (one million each).
Germany is close on one million (920,000). Some 780,000 Brazilians visited the site. There are half a million visitors in France and Taiwan.
Like Facebook, Google + allows users to share their “contacts” information, photographs or videos but offers them the option to use these contacts in different “circles” (friends, family, colleagues …) in order to partition and control the dissemination of these data.