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By the Numbers: 35 Amazing Google+ Statistics

Google+ statisticsThis is an offshoot of our original Google statistic post. The original post for all Google stats was getting a bit cumbersome and tough to navigate as it neared 100 stats. Hopefully, this new format will help you find the stat you are looking for much quicker.

Here is a quick list of all of our Google statistic pages:

Google+ Statistics:

  • How many people use Google+: 300 million monthly active users (Tweet this stat) Last updated 10/23/13

  • Number of Google+ Unique Mobile Monthly Users: 20 million (Tweet this stat) Last updated 5/10/13

  • Average Monthly Time Spent on Google+: 7 minutes (Tweet this stat) Last updated 3/31/14

  • Average duration of a Google+ visit: 3:46 Last updated 7/8/14

  • Percentage of online adults that visit Google+ at least once a month: 22% Last updated 3/31/14

  • Number of Business Pages on Google+: Still Searching

  • Number of Google+ Communities: Still Searching

  • Google+’s growth in web traffic referrals from 9/12-9/13: 6.97% Last updated 10/16/13

  • Google+’s percentage of total social logins on websites: 32.9% Last updated 10/18/13

  • Percentage of Generation Z that visit Google+ at least monthly: 29% Last updated 1/29/14

  • Percentage of millennials that visit Google+ at least monthly: 28% Last updated 1/29/14

  • Percentage of Generation X that visit Google+ at least monthly: 23% Last updated 1/29/14

  • Percentage of Younger Baby Boomers that visit Google+ at least monthly: 19% Last updated 1/29/14

  • Percentage of Older Baby Boomers that visit Google+ at least monthly: 16% Last updated 1/29/14

  • Percentage of the Golden Generation that visit Google+ at least monthly: 15% Last updated 1/29/14

  • Number of Google+ users in China: 100 million Last updated 11/11/13

  • Google+’s percentage of total global social sharing: 3% Last updated 12/11/13

  • Google+’s percentage of total North American social sharing: 3% Last updated 12/11/13

  • Google+s percentage of total European social sharing: 4% Last updated 12/11/13

  • Google+’s percentage of total Asian social sharing: 2% Last updated 12/11/13

  • Google+’s percentage of total global ecommerce social sharing: 3% Last updated 12/11/13

  • Google+’s percentage of total global consumer brand social sharing: 3% Last updated 12/11/13

  • Percentage of Top 50 US Law Firms that have a Google+ page: 94% Last updated 1/9/14

  • Percentage of non-Hispanic US Internet users that used Google+ for local shopping in Q3 2013: 10.8%

  • Percentage of Hispanic US Internet users that used Google+ for local shopping in Q3 2013: 11.9%

  • Average sales order value for visitors referred by Google+: $40 Last updated 3/10/14

  • Percentage of Google+ user interaction with brands that is positive: 53% Last updated 4/2/14

  • Percentage of Google+ user interaction with brands that is negative: 18% Last updated 4/2/14

  • Percentage of 2013 Inc 500 Companies that use Google+: 58%

  • Percentage of US Charities and Non-Profits that use Google+: 52% Last updated 6/24/14

  • Number of 2013 Fortune 500 companies that have a corporate Google+ account: 177

  • Percentage of 18-29 year olds in the U.S. that have a Google+ account: 44% Last updated 5/6/14

  • Percentage of internet users in the Middle East/North Africa region that use Google+: 36% Last updated 4/25/14

  • Country with the strongest Google+ penetration in the Middle East/North Africa region: Lebanon Last updated 4/25/14

  • Google+’s mobile app user growth from Dec ’13-May ’14: 14%

Please note that some of these numbers are easier to find than others. A few of these stats come from Google’s own reports, but some are based on news reports and not official company tallies. Basically, this is the best I can find and I don’t guarantee anything to be 100% accurate.

Image credit: Ray Bouknight via flickr


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