Google+ Shows Total View Count Of Your Profile and Content

Google+ Shows Total View Count Of Your Profile and Content

  • Ever wonder how many times your shared Google+ content has been seen? Starting today you’ll see a new number on your Google+ profile or page: total content views










































































































































  • When you look at your profile, you can see your total number of views. That means you can tell how many times your content has been seen by other people, including your photos, posts, and profile page.
    When you look at someone else’s profile or page, you can also see their total number of views

Here’s how it looks for 1 of my account pages. Roughly 12 million. If I was actually able to focus on my own profile that number may be 100 million.
So the total sum my profile page and posts have been viewed since Oct 2012 is now visible to all who choose to notice. 
Google didn’t even make a noteworthy announcement about the update. On the help page they say “you now can tell how many times your content has been seen by other people, including your photos, posts, and profile page.” The page also notes that view counts “may not be exact, and they may not be updated in real time.”
Prior to this update Google+ analytics were somewhat limited having the “Ripples,” which display how a post is shared in the network.

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