The Wall Street Journal has published an article pointing out what everyone knows to be true (aside from Google and Robert Scoble): Google+ is a ghost town. The proof? Users spend an average of 3 minutes per month on Google+, compared with six to seven hours per month on Facebook. Now, you should take the numbers with a grain of salt, as they are coming from ComScore. In the end though, it does appear that Larry’s bold new strategy isn’t working out so well. (For the record, here is Scoble’s response on Google+)

[Source: WSJ]