I don’t know a lot of people who use Google+. I suppose roughly 10% of my Facebook friends also have a Google+ account and most people I talk to don’t know a lot of other users either. Actually, I thought this was only an “Austrian” or “European thing”, but according to a recent comScore report, the use of Google+ worldwide seems dramatically low: It states that the average number of minutes a user spends on Facebook per month is 405, whereas Google+ is used only 3 minutes per month – which is even lower than MySpaces 8 minutes. The data caused the Wall Street Journal to call Google+ a “virtual ghost town”. Here’s the article on searchenginejournal.com!