Google+ With 90 Million + Users

Jan 20, 2012 • 7:58 am | comments (3) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Search Engine Photo Of The Day
 

Google+ 90 Million

Google+ lead, Vic Gundotra posted a picture of a person holding a business card saying Google+ has over 90 million people. Google announced this number in last night's earnings report. The number is huge but not everyone believes it 100%. In any event, the picture is on a hangout with Vic and others.

Vic followed up the picture writing:

On behalf of the Google+ team, I wanted to thank you for using Google+. Four months ago, when we opened to the public, we were not sure what kind of reception we would receive. Your feedback has helped us build this service, and we can't thank you enough for your enthusiastic support.

Anthropologist Margaret Mead said, "Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has".

We deeply believe in the power of people. Google can be about pages and people, about information and individuals.

This past quarter we began to simplify the Google experience. Gmail, Android, Chrome, Search, Ads, and YouTube are in the early stages of having deep support for your identity and your relationships. Expect us to deliver something truly beautiful. We've only just begun to work on that promise.

With your continued support, we hope to delight you in 2012.

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Comments:

Craig Price

01/20/2012 01:15 pm

I believe the number joined is correct...active users, thats another story.

MM

01/23/2012 11:01 am

so how many of those 90m actually know that google has created them a google plus account?

Mobile Application Development

01/24/2012 11:49 am

I am one of the 90million users and hope the number gets doubled in few days.

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