Watchers of the Google+ revolutions claim that the 10 million milestone has just been passed, but what's next for the social network?
According to many, Google+ has a real fight on its hands if it wants to best the almighty Facebook. Maybe Google has a bit more confidence now, though, having just hit the 10 million user mark in incredibly speedy fashion.
The online social network smashed the 10 million user milestone on the weekend, having had 7.3 million Google+ account activations on July 10th. That’s according to Paul Allen, who founded Ancestry.com and has worked on several Facebook apps.
Allen’s been following the progress of Google+ closely, and claims that the next milestone may be just around the corner. “I project, that Google will easily pass 10 million users tomorrow and could reach 20 million user by this coming weekend if they keep the Invite Button available.”
10 million users per week is an activation number Google will definitely want to continue if it’s got a chance of taking on Facebook’s 700 million. Initial response to Google+ has been largely positive, but what do you think? Let us know on the T3 Twitter feed.
Source: T3 Tech Videos