Men are into Google+; ladies, not so much. Google confirmed yesterday that over 10 million people have signed up for the new social networking site, but they didnt mention that men make up three quarters of those early adopters. Instead, Mashables Jolie ODell did some digging using sites that compile these sorts of stats, and found that men dominate the Google+ scene. –via Why Google+ So Far Is Almost Entirely Male – Technology – The Atlantic Wire.
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FYI – Regarding other Google+ stats and data.
Social Statistics compiler Boris Veldhuijzen van Zanten is tracking the top 100 Google + users on his website at Social Statistics. At last count, van Zanten was tracking 25,307 Google+ profiles.
You’ll find all kinds of data on his blog here: https://plus.google.com/110272002170841143606/posts