India Is The Second Most Populated Country On Google+ [INFOGRAPHIC]

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Google’s social media arm Google+ is growing at a rapid pace and is providing intense competition to Facebook. Currently, its user base has touched the milestone of 90 million and is expected to reach 400 million users base by end of this year. Taking the view of the growth of Google+ an Infographic was released which reveals Google’s facts and figures.

Interestingly, U.S. and India maintain their legacy on Google+ also, as they both has been ranked as the two top most countries populating Google+, while Brazil stands third. One will be surprised to know that U.S. and India are also the 2 top most populated countries on Facebook and LinkedIn.

The Infographic enlightens that Bangalore tops the list of 10 cities on Google+, followed by New York, London and Hyderabad, with about 67 percent users being male, 32 percent being female and 1 percent is others 🙂

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