Even though Google+ has reportedly surpassed the 40 million user mark, the social network has been not been getting a lot of positive feedback lately. To make matters worse, Chitika, a data analytics company, found that the site’s traffic was trending downward. In fact, the company reported that the greatest drop in traffic was over 70 percent.
Gabe Donnini, an analyst with Chitika, spoke with WebProNews about the company’s research and said that, once they noticed the trend, they actually furthered their study to find out if it was substantial. According to him, the trend actually got worse for Google.
What does this data say about the future of Google+? Is the service dying?