According to the Google folks, 170 million have setup Google+ accounts since the service launched. Assuming only 20,000 of those are Google employees, that leaves a lot of non-Googlers who’ve at least dipped their toes in the G+ waters.
Today, Google announced some changes to the Google+ interface that affect (and, in theory, improve) the navigation, the relevancy of the conversations you see, and the Hangouts component.
In thinking about those changes, I realized I haven’t peaked at my Google+ account in quite some time, and I wondered if my lack of activity was the norm. WIth that in mind, I’d love for you to approximate your Google+ patronage and weigh in on the poll below:
Thanks for clicking, rocking the vote, making your voice heard, and all that good stuff!
Scott McClellan is the Editor of Echo Hub and the Director of Echo Conference. You can follow him on Twitter: @scottmcclellan.