Today's Wall Street Journal reports in a story on Google + that users on personal computers are spending a lot more time at Facebook than Google +.
The Journal writes:
"Visitors using personal computers spent an average of about three minutes a month on Google+ between September and January, versus six to seven hours on Facebook each month over the same period, according to comScore, which didn't have data on mobile usage."
3 minutes a month is MUCH LESS than 6-7 hours. By a LOT!
"While Google+ has some original features — including "Hangouts," which lets people start a video conference with up to 10 people — analysts and some consumers say the distinction isn't enough to lure Facebook members away and persuade them to build a network of contacts from scratch on Google+."
Seems right to me. Google+ is like a Meetup group you go to once a month to say hi and make an appearance, while Facebook is where you go to lunch with your pals.
Where do you spend your social media time? Why?
Business Insider sums it up with a chart and a post.
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