Sources

Alex Leo: Visitors spent an average of 3 minutes a month on Google+ vs. 6-7 hours on Facebook each month over the same period. http://t.co/NtJM54GQ

Anthony De Rosa: Google+ is a ghost town. http://t.co/X0ccAWdW

Peter Kafka: And here the #s clearly don't add up: How did 90m people sign up for Google+ and then decide to never use it again? http://t.co/WyCXxulr

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Jeff Jarvis: Rupert hates Google ergo WSJ hates Google. http://t.co/Di8YYwUO

Ben Smith: RT @blakehounshell: "The company's main financial goal of Google+ is to obtain personal data about users" http://t.co/0RUSxyVz

Jeff Jarvis: BS RT @romenesko: Google+ is "a virtual ghost town"; analyst tells WSJ: "Nobody wants another social network right now" http://t.co/CMYCPVkY

Blake Hounshell: "The company's main financial goal of Google+ is to obtain personal data about users" http://t.co/0RUSxyVz

Romenesko: Google+ is "a virtual ghost town"; analyst tells WSJ: "Nobody wants another social network right now." http://t.co/v0FwsZWc

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Peter Kafka: RT @mhelft: Unsurprising: Google+ is a ghost town. http://t.co/BkYnzxht

Dennis K. Berman: Facebook users spend 405 minutes/month on site. Google+ users? 3 minutes. Yes, 3. Read about Google+ problems here: nhttp://t.co/kq74DvQc

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